There are lots of ways to create applications, web browsers have given a new vertical in development to speed up the process.
The top server-side languages out there today: PHP, Ruby, Python, Java, .Net and countless others have a wide variety of web frameworks. For the past two years I have been making the transition from PHP development to Go language, the server-side programming language by Google.
If you want to learn web development, Martini makes developing applications easy and quickly. It focuses around doing the heavy lifting for you, so you can build enterprise quality applications quicker than ever.
If you want to get more performance, and a bit more control over your application. I’ve done a comparison of Negroni and Mux which requires a bit more development, but you get a large performance benefit.
What are your favorite web application framworks?
Here’s a challenge, how quickly can you get a CRUD (create, read, update, delete) application up and running with your favorite web framework and database? Leave me a comment, I’m always interested in using new technologies that helps get the job done quicker, so I can focus on adding great new features!
Last Updated: 2015-01-19 10:13:01 +0000 UTC
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