When it comes to technology, everything is so variable and unpredictable. Every now and then, advancements in technologies surprise us and make it easier to create great user experiences.
The digital revolution continues to create new technologies that developers and programmers everywhere can go crazy about. With the implementation of new technologies, people keep themselves updated about what’s in demand and future possibilities.
To keep you updated with this ultra fast-evolving web world, here are the top 5 Web Development Trends that are supposed to dominate the web industry in 2021.
Single Page Applications
As technology evolves more and more, the user experience keeps getting better. Transitions and effects keep the dull-looking UI interesting so that users never get to look at static, unresponsive UI elements even while the data is being fetched or some actions are being performed. Whether it’s some buttons changing into full-size windows on click, tabs sliding in and out, or a flip of pages as if it was a book, it’s all magic of motion UI. It’s getting popular among developers as now they don’t have to fiddle into whole script libraries just to make some elements move.
Progressive Web Apps
No more slow loading websites that took so much time to load actual content as Progressive Web Apps are taking over the world. A progressive web app can load instantly, regardless of the network state because they’re built with a new strategy for web design that emphasizes core webpage content first called progressive enhancement. It ensures an instant and reliable experience of users without cache issues. It’s safe because it served via HTTP to avert content snooping and data tampering.
Ever since CSS introduced us with the power of media queries, RWD or Responsive Web Design has taken over the web world. Everyone was creating websites that change based on what device is being used to view it. But since the rise of smartphones the mobile devices have taken over and most of the web is being seen through 6-inch portable screens in our hands. Thus it’s important that the websites work well with the new technologies and hardware. Some of the features are improved touch support, gestures, and better UI and UX.