Good framework for hosting your webstie's files with different themes, blog, docs...etc. as it would be good to have all in one as it would useful but sometimes you would face some caching/performance issues
Very intuitive and easy to use framework for launching websites quickly. The syntax is ~80% Vue, ~10% Webpack and ~10% other. Keeps on developing in a high rate and will not be deprecated in a near future.
Beast beast. Facility of Real-Time Applications by Default is love.easier learning curve and fast development make is more favourite
Webpack is a powerful tool for developers, but hard to understand at first how to use it. Due to that, there are a lot of great tutorials that teach you what is possible with webpack.
Take the possibilities from react and add a ton of niceties, that lets the beginner dive in quickly and the expert use advanced functionality that can uphold a large project in the long run.
All the benefits of static websites in one! For site creation, this was a great choice for me. Great community, vast amount of plug-ins and good documentation.
Creates blazing-fast static websites. It is a joy to work with it after having understood the core concept. Gatsby provides a well-designed API and good documentation. Good community with numerous plugins and out of the box solutions for common problems.
The most popular one for websockets, yet very performant and easy to use! In other languages you'd spend hours configuring everything e.g. for chat, but with this you can do it in a matter of minutes.
I tried so many solutions to manage my Nodejs production workloads (supervisor, nodemon, etc...) but pm2 really stands out especially with its tight integration with docker (pm2-runtime and pm2-dev).
Semantic is great if you want to hack together a fully fledged website very quickly. It's very intuitive, and I would recommend it to any developer looking to take advantage of modern tooling.