Top 5 Web Development Trends of 2019
Today, we bring you the list of top 5 web development trends 2019. These are the new web development trends that before got traction and have the largest potential for growth. Incorporate some of them into your website, and you will welcome a popularity surge that takes you to new heights.
Top 5 web development trends 2019 : -
Progressive Web Application
Latest Trend Mobile-Friendly Website
Motion UI(User interface design)
SSL and HTTPS
“Learning HTML and CSS is a lot more challenging than it used to be. Responsive web design adds more layers of complexity to design and develop websites.”
― Jacob Lett,
2.Progressive Web Application -
A Progressive Web Application is a web application that uses modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like experience to users and customers, clients.
These applications meet certain requirements are deployed to servers, accessible through URLs and indexed by all search engines. Instead, progressive web application uses latest web technology to deliver (application) app-like experiences to users, right in their browsers.
3. Latest Trend Mobile-Friendly Website –
Latest Trend Mobile Friendly Website. Make a Mobile friendly to a websites that displays accurately b/w your laptop/desktop, computer and a mobile device such as a handheld phone (iPhone, Android, Windows etc…)or tablets (iPad, iPad pro Kindle, Galaxy, etc.).
4.Motion UI(User interface design)-
Motion UI design is a standalone library that powers the transition effects used in a number of Foundation components, including Toggler, Reveal, and Orbit. The goal of User interface design is to make the user’s interaction as a simple design, unique and efficient as possible, in terms of accomplishing user goals.
Secure Sockets Layer is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link b/w a web server and a web browser. This link ensures that all data passed b/w the web server and browsers remain integral and private secure.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure is an extension/add-on of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It is used for secure communication over a computer network, and is world widely used on the Internet. In HTTPS Secure, the communication protocol is encrypted using Transport Layer Security, or, formerly, its predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer.