Common Web Frameworks and Tech Stacks

Here's a list of some popular web frameworks and common technology stacks used for web development. Please note that the web development landscape is continually evolving, and new frameworks and tools may have emerged since then.

Web Frameworks:

  1. Django: A high-level Python web framework known for its simplicity and rapid development capabilities, widely used for building robust web applications.
  2. Ruby on Rails: A full-stack web framework based on Ruby, known for its convention over configuration (CoC) and rapid development principles.
  3. Express.js: A minimalist web application framework for Node.js, popular for building fast and scalable server-side applications.
  4. Spring Boot: A Java-based framework that simplifies the development of production-ready Spring applications with minimal configuration.
  5. Flask: A lightweight Python micro-framework that is easy to get started with and flexible for building small to medium-sized web applications.
  6. Angular: A TypeScript-based front-end framework developed by Google for building dynamic and feature-rich single-page applications (SPAs).
  7. React: A JavaScript library for building user interfaces, often used in combination with other libraries and frameworks to create modern web applications.
  8. Vue.js: A progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces, known for its simplicity and ease of integration with existing projects.
  9. Laravel: A PHP web framework that follows the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern, offering expressive syntax and powerful features.
  10. ASP.NET Core: A cross-platform web framework by Microsoft for building web applications with C# or F#.

Common Tech Stacks:

  1. MEAN Stack: MongoDB (NoSQL database), Express.js (back-end framework), Angular (front-end framework), and Node.js (JavaScript runtime).
  2. MERN Stack: MongoDB (NoSQL database), Express.js (back-end framework), React (front-end library), and Node.js (JavaScript runtime).
  3. LAMP Stack: Linux (operating system), Apache (web server), MySQL (relational database), and PHP (server-side scripting language).
  4. WAMP Stack: Windows (operating system), Apache (web server), MySQL (relational database), and PHP (server-side scripting language).
  5. LEMP Stack: Linux (operating system), Nginx (web server), MySQL (relational database), and PHP (server-side scripting language).
  6. Django Stack: Django (Python web framework), PostgreSQL (relational database), and Gunicorn or uWSGI (Python application servers).
  7. Ruby on Rails Stack: Ruby on Rails (Ruby web framework), PostgreSQL (relational database), and Puma or Unicorn (Ruby application servers).
  8. ASP.NET Stack: ASP.NET (Microsoft web framework), Microsoft SQL Server (relational database), and IIS (Microsoft web server).

Please keep in mind that technology stacks can vary depending on the specific requirements of a project and the preferences of the development team. Additionally, the popularity of frameworks and tech stacks may have shifted or new frameworks may have emerged since my knowledge cutoff date. It's always a good idea to research and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in web development.

July 2023
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