Web development is becoming increasingly complicated at a time when time constraints are becoming tighter. Developers find themselves caught between the two, so anything that can speed up the process of development is very welcome. Web development frameworks are one of the answers to their prayers, because they automate some of the frequent jobs that can slow development down. These frameworks frequently come with libraries of pre-written code modules that mean that they don’t have to keep reinventing the wheel whenever a site needs a routine for database access or session management.
Web frameworks make it easier for back- and front-end developers to reach the finish line a lot faster, which is great for business and great for ensuring that programmers don’t go crazy from having to write the same code over and over again. There are client-side ( front end ), server-side ( back end ) and cross-functional ( full-stack ) frameworks. Majority of them are MVC-based.
Let’s take a look at some of the web frameworks that you are most likely to come across.
Front end web frameworks
Back end web frameworks
- Zend Framework