These frameworks and tools have determined the past year

We’ll tell you which frameworks and tools were particularly popular with JavaScript developers in 2019.

The web developer Michael Rambeau has been determining which frameworks and tools are particularly popular with JavaScript developers since 2016. With “2019 Javascript Rising Stars“The latest edition of the annual evaluation has now been published. The number of stars that frameworks, editors or other JavaScript tools have received on GitHub serves as the data basis.

Vue.js is the most popular JavaScript project on GitHub for the fourth time in a row. React, which was still in second place in 2018, must now be satisfied with third place behind Visual Studio Code. Vue Element Admin, a front-end solution for admin interfaces, has grown significantly. The project soared from ninth place in 2018 to fourth place. However, Svelte is the climber of the year: the fifth place was not even in the top 50 of the most yesterday’s JavaScript projects on GitHub the year before.

The most popular frontend frameworks 2019

The current run on Svelte is also evident in the area of ​​the frontend frameworks: the software occupies 3rd place in this category and thus displaces Angular in 4th place. In the first two places, however, nothing changes: 1st place continues to occupy Vue.js and behind follows React. As in 2018, Omi comes in 5th place.

The most popular frontend frameworks: Svelte was the climber 2019. (Screenshot: risingstars.js.org/t3n)

The most popular frontend frameworks: Svelte was the climber 2019. (Screenshot: risingstars.js.org/t3n)

Nest ranks first in the Node.js frameworks. In 2018 Nest was still in 3rd place. The former champion of this category, Next.js, has to come to second place. Strapi, Nuxt and Express follow.

JavaScript 2019: these were the most popular build tools and compilers

In 2019, Webpack passed Parcel, making it the most popular JavaScript build tool after new GitHub stars. However, the category was able to collect significantly fewer stars than in 2018. As in the previous year, third place went to Rollup. However, Gulp has to make room for Microbundle and falls back to fifth place.

Build tools: Webpack passes Parcel (screenshot: risingstars.js.org/t3n)

Build tools: Webpack passes Parcel. (Screenshot: risingstars.js.org/t3n)

Nothing has changed among the four most popular compilers since 2018. The list is still at a clear distance from TypeScript. Babel, Flow and Reason follow. There was only movement in fifth place: in 2019, Purescript was replaced by Sucrase.

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Mobile development with JavaScript: React Native remains the king

When it comes to the development of mobile apps based on JavaScript, there is still no way around React Native – at least according to the number of new GitHub stars. However, there is definitely movement in the places behind: fourth place is now occupied by Quasar. The project, which was presented for the first time in 2015, was still in 4th place in 2018. Ionic was also able to gain favor with the developers and rose from 3rd place to 4th place and 5th place for Expo and Cube-ui.

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