The Future of Web Development – Part II

The world should not expect something radically fresh, but it should be understood that some technologies and developments will keep growing.

Intelligent technology is the future of the world. When physical strength begins being replaced by robots. There is likely to be a full automation of our lives. The concept of automating production is sneaking deeper into our lives. Forms of artificial intelligence such as home cleaning robots, autopilot, smart homes, and voice search have their embodiment in the market.

AI will be used widely in the development of web services. It will be embedded in the finished products with user orientation. It is expected that it will help improve user experience.

The demand for beginner and professional web developers will directly depend on what frameworks and what languages they can work with. The speed of adapting to new tools will also play a significant role in it.

JavaScript, Python and PHP are the most popular language in recent years. The trends in programming do not change considering the developers are satisfied with their capabilities. JavaScript and Python take the cake. However, Python is weak when it comes to mobile applications development. It is considered one of the best when it comes too web browser services.PHP is considered the worst language. The only merit to it is being easy to learn and use. It is also suitable for creating majority of the simple web services.

Smart phones are playing a significant part. That is why mobile applications need to pay more attention. JavaScript is well suited for their development. However, Java is considered the most effective language for this development.

Good ground is very important for a functional web service. It is part and parcel of the development environment. React and Vue are some of the most sought after front – end development frameworks by most companies. Following closely is Angular, which has been marred by claims that it sags significantly when it comes to efficiency. Vue has only become popular this year, especially in the Asian market. It is expected to level out React very soon. Xiaomi, a global brand, has totally switched to Vue. Svelte.js, a relatively unknown framework, has caught the eye of developers and it is likely, that it will follow the Vue route. Svelte allows one to create an application that takes up less memory. For the finished product development, its framework is unnecessary, hence the achievability of the reduced size.

Products that had high – quality voice inputs used to be too costly. The trend has since changed with the advent of voice commands. Voice search may not be as fast as text input, due to the time a browser needs for clearer speech recognition. This will have an impact on web services development. A good example is where the SEO of many sites is based on voice queries. Voice queries significantly influence the indexing of sites by search engines.

Voice commands are actively applied in mobile and web applications. By voice, you can call Uber. It makes life much easier because one does not need to spend a lot of time using the app. One only needs to wait for the arrival of the car. Geolocation determines the exact location of the car. Voice input technology will definitely reshape the future of web development.

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