Web Development trends

Web Development trends
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#1

I have planned to revamp my website. Can you share me the web development trends that will influence in 2019?


#2

Have a look on YouTube at:

Web Development In 2019 - A Practical Guide - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnTQVlqmDQ0

Top 8 Web Development Trends 2019 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLm3Y7Odb74


#3

Watched the Traversy Media video and it was really informative. A couple things that stood out to me are Next.js, obviously GraphQL is gaining more traction, but also TypeScript looks really interesting.


#4

Thank you for your valuable comments.


#5

Go static with #jamstack? one of many posts explaining what is jamstack: https://goo.gl/oBVctd or even better take a look at the awesome explaining why and how freecodecamp moved to jamstack:
https://dev.to/ossia/how-freecodecamporg-uses-the-jamstack--a-single-api-server-to-help-millions-of-people-learn-to-code-every-month-4d5g


#6

Everyone is talking about the PWA apps and AMP pages. What do you think about them? Could they help you?
Also, one of the trends is API-First Development
For example, the traditional API development cycle looks as follows:

  1. R&D team creates a design.
  2. Back-end developers work on a prototype (while the rest of the team like QA engineers and front-end developers are waiting).
  3. As soon as the prototype is ready QA and front-end developers get access to it.
  4. In case of a bug, new feature, or any improvement this cycle will be repeated all over again.

API-first development is simultaneous and doesn’t force one part of the team wait until the other will finish its work. Correspondingly, it goes faster since API is mock and all teams can work with it.


#7

Voice assistants and other “zero” interfaces will become the norm
The “zero” interface is an interface without an interface; a device that communicates with the user without displaying information on the screen.


#8

Web Assembly, asp.net blazor


#9

Thanks for sharing an informative post.