CXO Outlook: 5 Best Front-end Development Frameworks to Give Your Website Visitors a Seamless User Experience

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Front-end development entails using HTML to design website layouts, CSS for visual appeal, and JavaScript for client-server interactions. Your Front-end apps must be simple and intuitive to use, provide a fantastic user experience, and pack a punch when it comes to features. That might sound like too much to do, but many Front-end frameworks are available to help you develop apps as per your requirements.

Contrast that with the initial days of web application development in the late 20th century, when applications were highly server-centric as the browsers were not evolved enough to support client-side scripting. Browsers like Internet Explorer started to provide a workaround through ActiveX controls, but the real revolution came with the introduction of JavaScript, which had client-side programming capabilities.

However, the popularity of concepts like virtualization and cloud evolution pushed the focus of web apps back to the server. Server-side MVC design patterns were once again the flavor of the season, and frameworks such as Spring MVC, ASP.NET MVC, Django, etc., started to gain traction.

The web app development landscape took a new turn with the explosion of smartphones and the availability of cheap data. We are currently in the mobile-first era where developers use the same back-end code for web and mobile applications. The server-side MVC pattern is now distributed into a lightweight (e.g., REST) APIs that can be rendered quickly on mobile devices, and the MVC pattern resides on the client-side.

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Author: Ankit Dwivedi
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