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Top 10 Frameworks for Web Applications

A web application framework or simply a "Web Framework" is a Software Framework designed to support the development of web applications, including web services, web resources, and web APIs. In short, frameworks are libraries that help you develop your applications faster and smarter.
Today, the number of Web Frameworks is growing significantly. We've put together a list of the top 10 frameworks available online in your preferred language so you can choose the one that works best for your web application. 

1. Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is a prolific web application framework created by David Heinemeier Hansson. Rails allows you to develop your application at least 10 times faster than a regular Java framework. In addition, Rails contains everything you need to create a database-driven web application using the ModelViewController pattern.

Websites using Ruby on Rails are

2. Django

Django is another framework that helps you build high-quality web applications. It is designed to meet the demanding demands of experienced web developers while meeting fast-paced editing deadlines. Django developers say applications are incredibly fast, secure, scalable, and versatile.

Websites using Django are 

3. Angular(Also, know as Angular JS)

Angular is a framework by Google (originally developed by Misko Hevery and Adam Abrons) that helps you build powerful web apps. It's a framework for building large, high-performance web applications with great ease of maintenance. There are many web apps built with Angular.

Websites using Angular are 

4. ASP.NET

ASP.NET is a framework developed by Microsoft that helps you build robust web applications for PC and mobile devices. It's a powerful and lightweight framework for building web applications using .NET. Overall, it's a framework for performance, productivity, and speed.

Websites using ASP.NET are

5. METEOR

Meteor or MeteorJS is another framework that gives one a radically simpler way to build realtime mobile and web apps. It allows for rapid prototyping and produces cross-platform (Web, Android, iOS) code. Its cloud platform, Galaxy, greatly simplifies deployment, scaling, and monitoring.

Websites using Meteor are 

6. Laravel

Laravel is a framework developed by Taylor Otwell in 2011 and follows the MVC architectural pattern like all other modern frameworks. Laravel focuses on elegance, simplicity and readability. Get started learning and developing Laravel right away with Laracasts, which includes hundreds of tutorials.

Websites using Laravel are 

  • Deltanet Travel
  • Neighbourhood Lender, etc.

7. Express
Express or Expressjs is a minimally flexible framework that provides a robust feature set for web and mobile applications. This is relatively minimal and means that you can take advantage of many features as a plugin. Express makes it easy and fast to develop Node.js-based web applications. Express is also an important component of the MEAN software suite.

Websites using Express are 

  • Storify
  • Myspace
  • LearnBoost, etc.

8. Spring

Developed by Pivotal Software, Spring is the most popular enterprise Java application development framework. Countless developers around the world are using Spring to build powerful and robust web apps. Spring helps you create simple, portable, fast, and flexible JVM-based systems and applications.

Websites using spring are

9. PLAY

Play is one of the latest web application frameworks written in Java and Scala. It follows the MVC architecture and aims to optimize developer productivity with rules for configuration, hotcode reloading, and displaying errors in the browser. Play describes itself as a "High Velocity Web Framework".

Websites using PLAY are 

10. CodeIgniter

Developed by EllisLab, CodeIgniter is a well-known web application framework for building dynamic websites. It's loosely based on the MVC architecture because it requires a controller class, but models and views are optional. CodeIgnitor promises exceptional performance, almost no configuration, and no large monolithic libraries.

Websites using CodeIgnitor are

Apart from these 10 frameworks, it's worth mentioning other frameworks such as Symphony, Ember.js, Sails.js, React.js.

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