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The latest trends in web application industry

The latest trends in Web App industry

Over the last ten years, technology has been rapidly changing and expanding. Now communication has become easier – whether we talk about buying branded products and goods or conducting business meetings – it is possible in just a single click. The rapid growth in technology has affected our lifestyle drastically and has made our life more comfortable. Things are becoming easier due to the emergence of web based technology.

In coming years we are expecting technologies which grow beyond what we could have imagined just a few years ago. Here are some of the top trends in web technologies of 2014.

Big Data & Machine learning AlgorithmsBig data used to describe a huge volume of both structured and unstructured data. In recent years, companies have focused on how to store and manage these data. How to gain best value from Big Data in terms of Hadoop, complex event processing, NoSQL and traditional data warehouses? Gathering and maintaining large collections of data is one thing, but extracting useful information from these collections is even more challenging. To overcome these problems Machine Learning came into the picture. Machine learning is a type of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It detects the patterns in data and adjusts program actions accordingly. It is similar to that of data mining and also a powerful tool for the business. It is used to monitor the search engine algorithms in order to understand the impact of changing content. Machine Learning Algorithms are also used for the recommendation engine. Which help in recommending the right product to the right customer at the right moment.

Single Page Application (SPA): SPAs load a single HTML page and update that page as the user interacts with the app. SPAs use AJAX and HTML5 to create uninterrupted and responsive Web apps, without constant page reloads. The main advantage of this is most of the page processing happens client side and offloading server load. From the user’s point of view, SPA provides an outstanding experience by replicates a “native” environment in the browser. The most common SPA’s which we have already used are Gmail, Google Maps, Google drive, Hotmail and many more.

NoSQL: In recent few years, the thinking of “one for all” has been questioned by both, Science and web companies, which lead to the emergence of a great variety of alternative databases. Recently, a series of different systems and applications called NoSQL databases started to gain popularity. There are some NoSQL databases which also provide advanced features such as Sharding, which takes Database Partitioning on a new level in terms of horizontal scalability and availability. It is better option in some cases like making areal time decision based on dynamic events: fraud detection, enterprise security, inventory controls, etc.

Cloud Computing: Today, most new applications use a three-tier Internet architecture, run in a public or private cloud, and support large numbers of users. With more reliable and faster internet connection, the technology of cloud computing has begun to gain momentum. Nowadays more and more activities carried out in the form of cloud. In the working environment, the co-workers can share, upload and downloads files like. It can allow remotely located employees to access the application and work through the internet.

CoffeeScript & Dart: We all know about the JavaScript as a common language between the web developers. JavaScript alternatives like CoffeeScript and Dart will become exceeding popular and future developers will likely be fluent in one or the other. Dart is an open source web programming language, which is developed by Google. It is a class-based, single inheritance, object-oriented language with C-style syntax. It supports interfaces, abstract class and optional typing. CoffeeScript is a language that compiles JavaScript. The main goal of CoffeeScript is to reveal the best parts of JavaScript and clean out the bad.  

Web Driver: Web Driver is a platform and language-neutral interface and associated wire protocol that allows programs or script control the behavior of a web browser. The WebDriver API is primarily intended to allow developers to write tests that automate a browser from a separate controlling process, but may also allow in-browser scripts to control a possibly separate browser.

Better things are always coming. It’s necessary to prepare in order to avoid being suddenly hit by a changed reality. Are you prepared for the future?

About Microlucid:  We provide all kinds of software development services which includes web , desktop and mobile . Over the years we have delivered enterprise applications for Travel,Events ,Education and Retail.

To know more please click: http://www.microlucid.com

 

 

 

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