My Top 8 Web Development Trends for 2018!
Web Development probably had a better time than today! We got many exciting technologies like Angular, React, Web Components and more – what are the top trends for 2018 though?
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14 Comments on “Top 8 Web Development Trends 2018”
Thanks you lots for this video, gives me a solid ground to grow from.
What about incorporating blockchain to maintain transactional or data integrity?
Thanks for giving an overview. it is very useful.. Thank you!
I love the idea of web components and have been following them since the beginning but IT IS NOT A TREND OR IS EVEN TRENDING!
Go language …
I have a question, how on earth can I use adobe animate cc and integrated with angular 2 or 6 to make impressive animated web sites and still use the spa.
Docker and Microservices
You deserve a Subscriber.. so I managed that.
I would not bet my future on Webcomponents.
Thank you so much. This was so helpful.
So his first two "trends" are in no way trends. It's as if he doesn't know what the word means.
The third thing, too, is an ongoing condition, not a trend. Wow. What a waste of my time this video is turning out to be.
"You still need to know the fundamentals" and "this has been the most important for years, and will remain important" are not descriptions of trends.
Yet again, number four is web components, which of course were pivotal to web development ten years ago.
This is more like "a list of things that will continue to be useful in 2018, like they have been for a long time", which therefore nobody but a newbie needs to watch.
I should have realized this guy's useless, when I saw the ridiculous Let's Play thumbnail of him reacting in the corner. He should make up a fake name based on his real name displacing the first syllable of a long word, like Probuscus or Cutiepie.
And then find a topic that won't accidentally overlap with any interests of mine.
Typescript? Es6? Svg? Its important?
been seeing alot of C# and microsoft visual studio in different workplaces lately
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