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Kostaintyn Naddur

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What are your favorite language and library or framework for it?

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Richard Guay

Svelte for all front end work. Svelte is a JavaScript transpiler, so it really isn’t a library. But it is the best for fast, small frontend code.

I like working with Go language backends, but I mostly end up using PHP still. I’ve done some Node.js with Express for a personal server on my computer that I use for automation. That has been a very fun project!

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Marc Scholten • Edited on

thin.dev + TypeScript + React

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Zen

What's difference between Thin and Supabase?

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Marc Scholten

The biggest difference is optimistic updates. This saves a lot of boilerplate you'd typically use redux for.

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Andrew Baisden

JavaScript + React = 🐐 (GOAT)

The greatest of all time ⚛️

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Chad Adams

Ayee no TypeScript??? 😆

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codingjlu • Edited on

Ayee Yay no TypeScript!! :)

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SUCHINTAN DAS

My personal favorite is React Js and Node Js for frontend and backend development respectively. 😃

I just love the lifecycle of React #️⃣ and not gonna lie it's really have many edge over Angular JS 🖥.

And Node Js with Express Js is like having the most powerful tool in your hand 🛠. A big community 🧑‍🤝‍🧑, huge number of module support for various utilities 📂and regular updates ♻.

Open to know more views, and would love to discuss more about it.

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guledali • Edited on

gatsby.js + headless CMS and gatsby cloud for clients that need fast and modern websites.

For building web applications that are based on regular form submission I would probably pick RedwoodJS today.

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C. Plug

C#, Python and PHP are my mains, and excluding C# from this discussion (b/c it's for Unity,) lightweight frameworks are my go-to. For example, here are the frameworks that I have used recently:

  • Python: CherryPy
  • PHP: Slim Framework

Sure, you need some knowledge as you will have to integrate another libraries as needed, but at least I know what I'm doing.
I'm not saying that catch-all frameworks such as Laravel are bad, I still use them for larger scale projects. The thing is, I need to host these on my rented server. They track the disk quota by both the file size and the file count, and they also confine us to a specific version of interpreters. So I'd like to keep things small.

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Chad Adams

TypeScript + NextJS, currently use it for almost every project.

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Wade Zimmerman

PHP + TailwindCSS + AlpineJS + Laravel + Linux = TALL stack

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Pandademic

Shouldn't it be PTALL stack , or is the P(hp) implied in the L(for larvel , since I think larvel is a php framework , I'm not sure)?

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Wade Zimmerman

Yes, or the P could be silent like pterodactyl

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Joseph Mania

React.js frontend and Django python backend

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Rishi Tandon

TypeScript & Angular & Modular Federation & AG Grid & Bootstrap & SASS & npm & yarn & node & ES6 & HTML

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Waleedh Nihal Ahmed

Dart and Flutter

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Aoufi Abderhmane

Reac-Native + Ts

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Zafar Yaqoob

Typescript with XState Both.

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Tajul Arifin Sirajudin

TypeScript + NextJS + TailwindCSS

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Vaarun Sinha • Edited on

Python and django for backend +Javascript and Next JS for frontend

💥❤️

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Adam Crockett

Typescript with XState

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pontakornth

Solid is pretty good. It's similar to React but more REACTive.

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gjorgivarelov

Python. NumPy. Courses on linear algebra now look that much easier.

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Gedi

Typescript, React, Nextjs ( i do like Gatsby too ), Tailwind.

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Ilya R

TypeScript and NestJS :)