JavaScript Status Survey 2019

StateOfJS said it released the 2019 JavaScript Status Survey for reasons that were not as good as the growth of JavaScript’s ecosystem. This year’s JavaScript status is the fourth edition of the survey, reaching 21,717 respondents. Customer data visualization expert Amelia Wattenberger provides a comprehensive overview of the JavaScript ecosystem.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

To facilitate the investigation, officials also said they would release their own JavaScript T-shirts. This T-shirt features the JavaScript Cycle Table, which lists the most popular libraries grouped by category, as well as their GitHub stars in thousands.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

Starting this year, officials say, it will track how users write JavaScript: patterns, syntax, features, and more.

1. JavaScript Status – “Dialect”

As JavaScript matures, developers have created many other languages, or dialects, based on JavaScript.

Among them, the biggest winner for 2019 is TypeScript. In addition, The Reason, which has the support of Facebook behind it, is also notable for its high levelof satisfaction and interest, second only to TypeScript.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

2, JavaScript status quo – front-end framework

In terms of ranking, React remained the highest satisfaction rate in a row, while Vue’s rise did not stop, followed by no second.

Angular’s satisfaction rate is less than satisfactory, and despite its large user base, it’s hard to see it re-established as the front-end frame.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

3, JavaScript status quo – data layer

Redux is still the most widely used tool. But GraphQL is not without the potential for shock, with its users continuing to rise rapidly and now at 38.7%. At the same time, Apollo’s user base continues to rise, from 11.1% in 2018 to 24.9%.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

4, JavaScript status quo – back-end framework (service side)

JavaScript doesn’t seem to have made any major breakthroughs in the back-end (service-side) space in recent years, and while there are countless frameworks that emerge every year, few have achieved great success and challenged Express’s position.

In 2019, Express’s position remains unshakable. Koa, who holds the title of Express’s successor, is still not performing as well.

Next.js, on the other hand, continues to attract a lot of interest and is doing well, with its user base rising from 8.6% in 2018 to 24.7%.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

5, JavaScript Status – Testing

Jest rose all the way to the top of the list with 61.2% of the most commonly used unit testing framework, Mocha.

Storybook also performed well, rising to 32.2% from 15.4% in 2018, ranking third.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

6. JavaScript Status – Mobile and Desktop

Native React and Electron remain the two main solutions for building mobile and desktop applications using web technology.

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

Opinion

The official approval rating on the 5-point system led respondents to rate the following questions:

JavaScript is moving in the right direction

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

Building JavaScript applications is too complex now

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

JavaScript uses too much online

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

I love building JavaScript applications

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

I want JavaScript to be my primarist programming language

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

The JavaScript ecosystem is changing too fast

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

Awards

The JavaScript awards are back, with the following awards:

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

JavaScript Status Survey 2019

Full report see: The State of Javascript 2019

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