Choose the Best Tech Stack for Your Website in 2022

What are the prerequisite to determine the right tech stack — Phases of SDLC

  • Requirement Gathering: Questionnaires, wireframes, prototypes, mockups, software requirement specification, client approval.
  • Prerequisite Planning: Hardware and software Resource allocation, server API Testing, Selection of tools and technologies
  • Prototype Development: UI/UX Design, Client Approval
  • Development/Coding: Project architecture, build scripts, CI integration, Prototype Integration, Tools to follow standards and best practices, Coding
  • Testing: Manual automation, W3C Compliance, Cross-Browser compatibility
  • Release/Deployment: Server setup, deployment on client’s alpha server/production

What is a technology stack?

Why is it important to choose the right technology stack?

How to choose the right technology stack?

  • The purpose of the application
  • The availability of skilled developers
  • The cost of technology (mobile, desktop, connected tv)
  • The stage of your business
  • The extent to which you want to scale your business
  • The scope and length of projects
  • The availability of skilled developers
  • The cost of development and post-development process
  • The implement analytics
  • The timeframe constraints
  • Consider the size and complexity of the project
  • Check for the product specification
  • Analyze the functionality of the project
  • Check products’ required functions
  • Check the speed and performance of the application
  • Look for the system load requirements
  • Deliberate the flexibility and scalability of the technology stack
  • Reckon the timeline of the project
  • Turn over the tech stack ecosystem

What is the ideal technology stack for websites?

  • Frontend Programming Languages: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, React, React Native, Angular, Flutter, NPM, Vue.js, Ionic, and BootStrap.
  • Backend Programming Languages: Golang, Ruby, TypeScript, JavaScript, C#, HTML, Python, C++, Java, JavaScript (Node.js), PHP, Python, Perl, and Scala.
  • Frontend and Backend Frameworks: Yii2, CodeIgniter, Laravel, Vue.js, Ember.js, jQuery, Backend.js, Angular, Semantic-UI, Backbone.js, Preact, Svelte, Foundation, JSF, Symfony, Express.js, Meteor.js, Node.js, Spring, Express.js, Javalin, KTor, Spark, Play, Akka, Chaos, Apache, APR, ASL, Catalyst, Dancer, TAP, .Net, Xamarin, Unity, Blade, Dropwizard, GWT, Laravel, Cake PHP, Symphony, Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, Padrino, Django, Flask, CherryPy, PHP, JavaScript, Python, Java, C#, C, C++, Go
  • Database: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis
  • CMS: WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento
  • Data tool: MySQL
  • Data management tools: Salesforce, Podium Webchat
  • Content management systems: Shopify for e-commerce or
  • Analytics tools: Podium Feedback, Moz for SEO
  • Campaign management tools: Mailchimp, Facebook Business Manager
  • Social network management: Sprout Social, Buffer, Hootsuite
  • Application and data tools: Amazon EC2, Java, Amazon S3, JavaScript, ReactJS, MySQL
  • Utilities: Google Analytics, Lottie, Twilio
  • DevOps tools: New Relic, GitHub, Amazon CloudWatch, Webpack
  • Business tools: G Suite, Asana, React, InVision, Slack
  • Platform: Ruby Version Manager (RVM), Python 2 Runtime App Engine
  • Additional tools and technologies: Web Servers (Apache), databases, middleware, and APIs

How to build the right tech stack for a website?

  • Prioritize your strategy: build upon that great idea. But consult well before investing the money.
  • Stay committed to your research: weigh the pros and cons of the options that you select. Consult skilled team members and third-party experts who can help you identify the best options.
  • Consider your users: let in all the critical scenarios you need to resolve for them
  • Seek Adaptability: Include the technologies that are scalable, weigh the current business trajectory, and challenges and confirm if it can pace with the changing market.



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