re: In 2019, which is the best stack to start a web development project? VIEW POST


Vue.js has the least steep learning curve for frontend frameworks and has been gaining considerable momentum lately. I typically use a node.js backend to run my web applications. d3.js is only necessary for complex data visualizations. As for UI, it comes down to personal preference but if I had to say one is "future proof" it'd be Bootstrap. It's a simple and straightforward introduction that beginners will continue to utilize.


Have you tried TailwindCSS? It seems to be gaining more traction than bootstrap these days.

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