(b)Angular – Being google product is counted as one of the top front-end development tools for years. It was the first that was developed by Misko Hevery and Adam Abrons. They did not base angular js on modern concept of modern framework. But are undoubtedly responsible for the development of the same angular
(c) Block chain Test net – After arrival businesses are overcoming the various tech challenges successfully using this, they are developing amazing businesses solutions using block chain frameworks. It is one of the most block chain web development tools which works as a substitute for actual block chain used to develop dAPP using other blockchain tools like multichain blockchain, Steller, Ethereum, blockchain smart contracts etc.
(d)Ionic 2– It is not only meant for cross -platform mobile apps development it is also used for front end development too. Ionic 2 also provides a free performance boost relative to ionic 1, in particular by eliminating or reducing its bottlenecks (related to change detection, animations, loading time, and so on).
With ionic 2 your applications will feel more native than ever.
Advantages 0f ionic 2 tools
- Free and open source
- Good community support including on slack and stack overflow
- One code base for all platform
- High availabilities of plugins
- Coded in angular
(f) Grid Guide: -It allows creating pixel-perfect grids with in designs. It is a simple tool that can unlock numerous workflows in custom software development
Some features are: –
- Add guides based on the canvas, selected layers and artboards.
- Quickly add guides to edges and mid points.
- Allows to create duplicates to other documents and arts boards.
- Helps users to create custom grids.
(g)Git extensions: – While learning the command line is still recommended since at the very list, you’ll gain understanding on what is happening under the hood, using to day to day development can take valuable time. Especially if you make a wrong branch.
(h) ES Modules and CDN: – ES Modules is the feature for working with modules in the browser, standardized by ECMAScript. Using ES modules, you can easily encapsulate functionalities into modules which can be consumed via CDN.
(i) GraphQL API for data-driven apps: – Working with GraphQL opens up interesting possibilities for clients through components. Using Apollo, you can easily build UI components that fetch data via GraphQL. Combined with Bit, it gives access to importing and developing of these components right from the consuming projects you’re working on. Through the smart management of APIs, we can simplify the workflow around data-driven application development and speed the dev-velocity of our work. So, it’s definitely worth diving into looking a couple of years forward.