Top Five Web Development Trends in 2015

Top Five Web Development Trends in 2015

web development trends 2015

If you are fresher in the field of web development, you may be wondering what the current trends in this industry are. If you are looking forward in web development industry, It is essential that you need to know these trends and that you can utilize in your work. With the cool and powerful development tools, this year looking some excellent trends in web development.

Here are some top trends for web development world in 2015.

  1. New challenges for responsive web design:

The responsive web design becoming the most important feature for web sites. This design technique allows the user to browse the web sites from mobile and tablet browsers. Therefore, there is no need of designing web sites for mobile browsers. This will work by focusing on contents.

While wearable technologies arise in popularly, we can expect new challenges presented by the devices like, Google glasses, Apple watch etc. The Semantic UI is a new technique that is particularly for app design.

  1. Web UI components

The two web components, Polymer and ReactJS is growing popularly. The Polymer is a large framework, which allows you to create client side applications in addition with mobile-ready design.

Facebook’s ReactJS is a framework and it uses some new techniques to build user interfaces.

  1. The rise of Node.js

We can expect a great shift in web development to Node.js or other JavaScipt server-side frame works. Node.js is an interface to the v8 JavaScript. Node.js is also finding more and more non-service uses.

  1. Single page applications

In the year of 2015, we can expect more single page application being produced. Single page applications load single HTML page and dynamically update the page when user interacts with that app. In the field of web development, we need to know every latest technique.

  1. WebGL 3D:

WebGL 3D has increasing popularity by its capability to increase the browser speed. WebGL is an implementation of OpenGLES 2.0. We can expect more applications on the web by this awesome technique.