A development framework, in the context of software development, is a pre-established structure, set of tools, libraries, and best practices that provide a foundation for building applications or software systems. It provides developers with a standardized way to build, organize, and deploy code, reducing the need to build everything from scratch and promoting consistent development practices.
I do not have access to real time data as my knowledge was last updated in September 2021. However, I can provide you a list of popular development frameworks that were relevant till that time. Keep in mind that the landscape of development frameworks can change rapidly, so I recommend checking the latest sources to get the most up-to-date information for 2023. Here are some frameworks that were popular as of my last update:
- A comprehensive framework by Google for building dynamic web applications, providing features such as two-way data binding and dependency injection.
- A framework for building server-side rendered Vue.js applications, simplifying the setup process for universal or single-page applications.
- A high-level Python framework for building fast web applications with an emphasis on clean, reusable code and a “batteries-included” philosophy.
8. Ruby on Rails
- A framework for building web applications using the Ruby programming language, which is known for its emphasis on configuration and productivity.
9. Spring Boot (Java)
- A framework for building Java applications, offering tools and conventions to simplify development and deployment.
10. Express.js (Node.js)
Please note that the popularity of frameworks may change over time due to changes in technology trends, developer preferences, and emerging industry needs. To get the most accurate information for 2023, I recommend checking recent surveys, developer forums, and technology news sources.