Why is it that front end technologies seem to have a shorter shelf life than back end technologies? Will React continue to gain prominence over Angular? Will Flutter continue to gain relevance? Whatever happened to the Ionic Framework? Learning any tech stack takes both time and mind. Staffing up on a tech stack is a big commitment to any organization. How do you know which one to commit too?
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|article below||Ionic vs React vs Flutter|
|Open Source projects developed for this article|
|Flutter Client project source||client/flutter|
|Ionic Client project source||client/mobile/feed|
|React Client project source||client/react|
|React and Flutter BfF||server/edge|
|Technologies reviewed or referenced in the article|
|Android SDK||Android Studio|
|Capacitor||Capacitor - build cross platform apps with the web|
|Dart||Dart programming language|
|Flutter||Flutter - Build apps for any screen|
|Gatling||Gatling - Professional Load Testing Tool|
|GraphQL||GraphQL | A query language for your API|
|Ionic||Cross-Platform Mobile App Development: Ionic Framework|
|Nginx||Advanced Load Balancer, Web Server, and Reverse Proxy - NGINX|
|Router||Declarative routing for React apps at any scale | React Router|
|SCSS||Sass: Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets|
|Swift||Swift - Apple Developer|
|TypeScript||What is TypeScript?|
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