5 New JavaScript Frameworks You Can Learn in 2019

JavaScript has a huge community and a very big fan base. It is a multi-paradigm language, plus object-oriented and prototype-based programming language. It was only used for client-side but now it is also used for the server side as well. Today we’ll see 5 new JavaScript frameworks You can learn in 2019.

You can always find new updates and new frameworks. It is generally used in web development for front end as well as back end. If you already have a pretty good knowledge of JavaScript, try going for one of these frameworks. And if you want any projects or want to learn more practical work then there is a YouTube channel “The coding train”.

Recommended: 6 Reasons to Learn React Native For App Development

So here are 5 new JavaScript frameworks in 2019

1. AngularJs 2

JavaScript Frameworks in 2019

Image Source: Wikipedia

AngularJs is the most popular framework. It provides some useful features like dependency injection, templates, forms and more. Google maintains AngularJs. Hence, it’s a trustworthy framework.

Also the pre-rendering of content allows better SEO and faster browsing. The newest version is based on typescript which is the superset of JavaScript. It comes with help and feedback with support for almost every IDE. To find more about Angular.js 2 you can visit the official Angular website.

2. Gatsby.js

Learn gatsby framework

It was first released in 2017 and now it has become quite popular. Gatsby’s faster delivering static content is on its best. Also, CDN and AMP support plugins are available.

Gatsby’s also provides perfecting of linked pages and page caching. The support towards CSS is great like Inline critical css, Front self-hosting, responsive image loading. Gatsby has all modern code syntax like Asset pipelines, CSS extensions, advanced JavaScript ecosystem. You can create a website for any purpose like E-commerce, blogs, dashboards, etc. For more information visit the official Gatsby website and look over the installation process and tutorials.

3. Polymer

Polymer js framework

Image Source: Wikipedia

It is a lightweight google backed framework, with a focus on standard compliance. Works well with progressive web apps (PWA) which are a significant focus for developers now a days.

The polymer is lightweight which makes it load data faster than other frameworks. As Google is behind it, polymer.js is capable of gaining much more market share. The standard complaint focus helps to ensure longevity for your applications as well as for other platforms.

4. Next.js

Javascript frameworks in 2019

Next.js was created by ZEIT in 2016. It is a small JavaScript framework for server-side scripting. It helps developers to write an isomorphic react application so that they can use the same rendering logic. Some other Next.js features are client-side routing, automatic cord splitting, web pack based development environment with the support of HMR. Also now it has Amp support said by official developers. Here’s an official announcement:

Today, we’re excited to announce we’ve extended the Next.js experience to authoring AMP pages. This means that you can now leverage the power of React components to create AMP pages. AMP support is defined on a per-page basis, allowing incremental adoption of AMP. There are two ways to enable AMP in Next.js: a Hybrid AMP page or an AMP-first page.

5. NestJs


NestJs is based on Node.Js. It was created in 2017. It is built with full support for TypeScript (yet still enables developers to code in pure JavaScript) and combines elements of OOP (Object Oriented Programming), FP (Functional Programming), and FRP (Functional Reactive Programming).

Must use HTTP server frameworks like Express and Fastify. Nest has a large number of library support, most classes, decorators, metadata reflection for most of its abstraction. Check out the official Nest website.

Read More: Getting Started with Nest.js


TIP:  If you are total beginner first learn Html, CSS & JavaScript. Then go for frameworks and make sure that you get more knowledge of JavaScript as it is the base. Also, do tell us about the framework that you use or would like to start within the comments below.

Yash Agrawal

Yash has been put on board to help out with the developer friendly content of the latest programming trends and conferences.

You may also like...