The most popular front-end frameworks of 2019
The current run on Svelte is also evident in the area of front-end frameworks: The software occupies 3rd place in this category, displacing Angular to 4th place. In the first two places, however, nothing changes: 1st place continues to occupy Vue.js and behind follows React. As in 2018, Omi comes in 5th place.
When it comes to Node.js frameworks, Nest takes the lead. In 2018, Nest was still in third place. The former champion of this category, Next.js, has to put up with second place. This is followed by Strapi, Nuxt and Express.
Nothing has changed among the four most popular compilers since 2018. The list is still headed by TypeScript by a considerable margin. Babel, Flow and Reason follow. There was movement only in fifth place: in 2019, Purescript was ousted by Sucrase.