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20 Best Backend and Frontend Web Development Frameworks for 2022

The Covid-19 outbreak has forced businesses to go online. Thus in 2021, an online presence is the top priority of every seller. The trend will continue in 2022 as well, and even retailers with highly successful physical stores would be investing in e-commerce services.

The primary requirement to sell online is a website. However, while developing your website, you can get confused about choosing the right framework. You can use any web development framework with unique specialities, which can even confuse experienced developers. At the same time, you should choose the right framework as your website’s functionality and future depend on it.

To make it easier for you, we have curated a list of the 20 best front-end and backend web development frameworks for 2022.

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Web Development Trends

21 Latest Web Development Trends to Follow in 2021

Web development is evolving at a breakneck speed every passing year. New website technologies are being discovered regularly as developers explore new ways of innovation. If you are a business owner who uses digital marketing, it’s important to foresee these changes and adapt to them- so that you can keep up with the competition, and attract more customers.

To make it easier for you, we have analyzed the shifts across industries and created an ultimate list of the latest web development trends in 2021.

 

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Should you think twice before implementing AMP?

Implementing AMP can turn your website into a mobile site that is four times faster. But is it worthwhile to make it a part of your mobile marketing strategy? Let’s take a look. 

What is AMP?

AMP (or Accelerated Mobile Pages) is the brainchild of Google. An open-source HTML framework, developed in 2015, it was created to enable faster mobile browsing. 

Unlike the standard HTML page, AMP pages are scaled-down versions, created using a special coding language called AMP HTML. This ensures that your website no longer carries those dragging elements that interfere with your site speed. 

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Site Kit by Google, a complete WordPress Website Solution

Google’s Site Kit is a WordPress-exclusive plugin. It gives you access to a plethora of Google products for optimizing and monetizing your website from a single window.

If earlier you need to jump back and forth between different dashboards and your website for stats and figures, the latest offering from Google clearly eliminates it. As a webmaster, you can configure the Site Kit plugin to fetch insights from different Google sources such as Analytics, Adsense, Search Console, PageSpeed Insights, Tag Manager and Google Optimise.

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pros and cons of drupal

Building Your Website on Drupal. Pros and Cons

When it comes to building an advanced website, Drupal takes precedence over WordPress and Joomla. Why? Ask any web developer, they’ll say Drupal is flexible, scalable and feature-rich but in the same breath, they say that the platform is a tad complex!

A Brief History of Drupal

Drupal has come a long way from mere ‘drop.org’ in 2000. Drop.org, the predecessor to Drupal, was initially a message board software developed by Dries Buytaert and Hans Snijder during their undergrad days. On account of its popularity, Dries decided to release it as an open-source platform in 2001 renaming it as Drupal, the English pronunciation of the Dutch word, ‘Druppel’ meaning ‘drop’.

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3 Well-Crafted Websites in Dubai

What are the key elements of a good website? Appealing design, simple navigation, and content that answers a user’s most important questions: “what does your brand do?” and “what’s in it for me?”. All of these elements must be woven around a key concept – the brand’s USP – to tell a compelling story that will draw the user in.

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