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1) Angular JS
Angular is a very powerful JavaScript open-source framework which was designed
particularly for single-page web applications (SPA) using MVC architectural
pattern. It is not a full-stack, but a front-end framework dealing basically with your
webpages. AngularJS is a toolset for building the framework most suited to your
application development. It is fully extensible and works well with other libraries.
Every feature can be modified or replaced to suit unique development workflow
and feature needs. The AngularJS framework works by first reading the HTML
page, which has additional custom tag attributes embedded into it.
2) Laravel
Laravel is an important web application framework for PHP and offers a
standardized and feature packed platform for building high performing web
applications. Laravel is a framework with expressive, elegant syntax. Laravel is
one of the best backend web development frameworks. Laravel reposes PHP
codes. It make easier the common tasks in a project such as authentication, routing,
session and caching. Above all, Laravel authentication library makes it highly
adorable and safe environment to work. It possess object-oriented libraries, MVC
support, database migration and so on.
3) React.js.
React makes it painless to create interactive UIs. Design simple views for each
state in your application, and React will efficiently update and render just the right
components. It provides a lot of value to the right audience. Developing in ReactJS
is not only going to be easy, it is also going to be worth it. Although it is not a full
blown network solution, however, has all the capabilities of JavaScript library.
Reusing existing code and virtual DOM makes performance clear and an overall
rich user experience. Rich in design and debugging tools, ReactJS can be fun to
use in a real development environment. It gels up well with JSX (a correct mix of
HTML and JavaScript) and simultaneously prevents injection attacks.
4) Node.js
Node.js is an open source, close-platform runtime environment for developing
server-side and networking applications. It works on various platforms such as
windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, etc. Node.js applications are written in

JavaScript and it can generate dynamic web page contents.Moreover, it can open,
read, write, delete and close files on the server. Additionally, it can collect form
data; add, delete and modify data in the database. Node.js is an event-driven, non-
blocking I/O model that makes it efficient and lightweight perfect for data-
intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. Node.js also
provides a rich library of various JavaScript modules which simplifies the
development of web applications using Node.js to a great extent.
5) Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails makes development of a modern web application much easier. Ruby
is a server-side web application framework and Rails is model-view-controller
framework providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web
pages. It contains everything to build an elegant application. These frameworks are
collections of code libraries that give app and web developers readymade solutions
for time consuming, repetitive tasks—things like building menus, tables, or forms
on a website. Web frameworks are usually specific to a certain programming
language (e.g. AngularJS is a JavaScript framework, meaning all of the coding
libraries it contains will be written in JavaScript), and the Rails framework, is
simply a web framework written on top of the Ruby programming language.