Here are some of the JS trends on the horizon for 2020.
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Components will become more mainstream and framework-independent
Components, or reusable, custom-built elements that allow you to create new HTML tags, such as a custom button, can be used with or without frameworks. They work across any framework, including Angular, Vue, and React, and they’re becoming increasingly popular, given their simplicity and convenience.
React will continue its rise
- small file sizes
- frequent updates
- ease of use
- cross-site scripting security
State management will have new approaches
This will allow them to fully leverage them and enable developers to re-conceptualize the whole idea of state management – not as a “store” or “warehouse,” per se, but as a system of components.
The mean stack will gain popularity
Among full-stack toolkits, MEAN is one of the most popular Java development services. It is a free, user-friendly, simple-language resource that helps create prototypes for web applications. It is comprised of MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node – hence the acronym. It’s already enormously popular, and its prevalence will only increase in 2020.
The bit will have its moment
ES modules will be fully supported
ES modules are a standardized system for working with and supporting browser-based modules and lending them greater support and functionality. Currently, with the release of Firefox 60, all major browsers support ES modules.
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