Angular is a front-end framework meant mostly to develop single-page applications. This Type-Script framework is open source and developed by the Angular Team (Google). It's based off the older version of AngularJS that has been rewritten from the grounds up.
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Clojure is a general-purpose community-driven dialect of Lisp programming language. The main feature of Clojure are the immutable data structures that encourage developers to be precise about handling identity and its states. Clojure primary platform is Java, but there are other implementations like ClojureScript or ClojureCLR.
Buddy (also known as Buddy.Works) is a web-based and self-hosted continuous integration and delivery software for Git developers that can be used to build, test and deploy web sites and applications with code from GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab. It employs Docker containers with pre-installed languages and frameworks for builds, alongside DevOps, monitoring and notification actions.
Django is an open-source web framework based on Python used mostly in the application development due to its templates, libraries and APIS. The main focus of Django is allowing developers to focus on implementing new features instead of constantly reviewing old ones.
.Net is a framework developed by Microsoft used in software development. .NET allows for developing a wide range of applications, from WEB to IoT. The framework consists of various languages (C#, VB.NET, Shop, C++ and more), libraries and APIs which help in creating various types of apps.
.NET Core is an open-source, cross-platform, general-purpose development platform with wide capabilities. .NET Core is built to solve problems of modern app development: mobile-friendliness, scalability and performance. Apart from that, .NET Core is incomparably faster than the latest .NET framework version.
Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications. It leverages the Erlang VM, known for running low-latency, distributed and fault-tolerant systems Elixir provides developers with an extensible design supported by macro metaprogramming and protocol polymorphism.
Gatsby is a static site generator that combines webpack and react-router from React, GraphQL and other front end tools into a single comprehensive package. Thanks to its preconfiguration, building static websites is incredibly fast and reliable.
Go is a compiled programming language designed by Google in an effort to address some of the criticism Google programmers faced for languages used by the company. Go is often referred to as "Golang" due to the official domain name: golang.org. Go is highly influenced by C but focused more on code simplicity and safety.
Haskell is a multi-purpose languange that is mostly used for data analysis, prototyping and improving existing software with more performance and scalability driven code. Often compared to Python, Haskell offers more native compilers which makes the language faster and more efficient.
PHP (Hypertext Pre-Processor) is one of the most popular general-use languages used mostly for web development. Created back in 1994 by Rasmus Lerdorf, PHP is currently a go-to language for server-side web development, used by the biggest blogging engine available: WordPress.
Python one of the most powerful, object-oriented, interpreted programming languages available. Thanks to its built in data structures combined wyth dynamic binding, it's considered one of the best languages for rapit application development. Since Python has no additional compilation, the standard 'edit-test-debug' cycle is faster than in other languages.
Ruby is a high-level, multi-purpose interpreted programming language developed in 1990s by Japanese developer Yukihiro Matsumoto. Similarly to Python, It is usually used for developing web applications especially with a framework called Ruby on Rails.
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