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Technology Stacks of the year 2020

Software development trends are constantly changing, and it is extremely important to stay continuously updated about the most popular technology stacks that are currently governing the market. To build your software product you must choose the right technology stack to achieve your business goals along with the penultimate objective of profitability.

MEAN – MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js

One of the most popular stacks of the year, it runs on end-to-end JavaScript – which means you only use one language completely. Decrease unwanted reinventions and reuse the code across the entire application. Furthermore, it is open source and comes with the support of a robust community. Perfect for cloud hosting, the stack is flexible, extensible, and scalable. Deploy it on your own server or scale in on demand to accommodate temporary usage requirements. Developers work adaptively with the MEAN as it is easily integrated with a range of other platforms such as mapping, location finding, news aggregation, and calendars.

MEVN – MongoDB, Express.js, Vue.js, and Node.js

Also, another version of the MEAN, where AngularJS is replaced by Vue.js, a front-end framework that has found immense popularity in recent years. With its ecstasy continuing through 2020 due to its lightweight characteristics when compared to Angular, Vue.js provides out-of-the-box functionalities that can also be extended to third parties. For great performance and a rich set of tools, you must use Vue.js, which also blends the best features of React and Angular.

MERN – MongoDB, Express.js, React and Node.js

Just like MEAN, the MERN stack includes React instead of AngularJS. Changes and modifications can be implemented rather easily since React uses Virtual DOM. It also uses JSX, an altered JavaScript, enabling seamless work across components. Used for building single-page applications with collaborative UIs, React is also one of the most popular frameworks for the creation of high-end applications.

LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP

A rather common means to deliver web applications, this was one of the first open-source software stacks made available and is still widely utilized. LAMP is also used by popular open-source CMS such as Drupal and WordPress. The stack is stable, simple to use, can efficiently handle dynamic pages, and most of all, non-proprietary that lets you choose the components depending upon your requirements. If you do not wish to use LINUX, you can change the platform to Microsoft Windows and make it a WAMP stack and with the MAC OS, it will be a MAMP stack. Against PHP you can replace it with either Perl or the highly popular Python language.

FLUTTER for web

To use the same UI and business logic across all platforms, use Flutter for Web, a game-changing cross-platform development stack. Besides, it also lets you build UIs, add new features, and fix bugs without compromising on the speed and having to spend time on deployment.

Serverless Stack

Make infrastructure management easy with serverless computing platforms that encompass all services and tools. Now, this year, 2020 is the best time to go serverless and bank on the cloud infrastructure. Scale up overnight and easily to hundreds of thousands of users.

At iCore Software Systems, we employ standardized and consistent software stacks to create a powerful backend with a set of tools that are particularly designed to work in synchronization. We refrain from using the one-size-fits-all formula to provide unique advantages and a competitive edge for your application.

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