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by Archana Gangadi mean stack

MEAN STACK DEVELOPMENT

BRAINOVISION

           by G.Archana

It always begins with,

Why should you choose MEAN Stack?

Four ace cards together form MEAN Stack and those cards are:

M: MongoDB

E: Express JS

A: Angular JS

N: Node.js

 

MEAN.js is Javascript stack that assists to build swift, dynamic & manageable web applications using technologies like MongoDB, Express JS, and Angular JS & Node.js. These all technologies are equal to real gems. Let’s understand these technologies:

MEAN Stack Development

MongoDB: A No-SQL database that implements document-oriented data model. As its architecture’s backbone comprises of documents and collections in place of tables and rows. And this database is used to manage the humongous amount of data.

Express JS: This vital JS framework is lightweight server-side And it is blended with Node.js to quicken the development process. Flexible, secure applications can be developed using Express JS.

Angular JS: It’s by default web frontend JS; its maintenance is under Google. This framework is efficient to develop agile, single page web apps. Its flexible structure minimizes complex development and implementing testing widens scalability

js: Built on Chrome’s V8 Javascript engine. Its ecosystem package comprises of huge and varied open source libraries which include npm (Node.js package manager).

 In today’s fastest techno spinning globe it is necessary to adapt as well implement latest frameworks. MEAN Stack is an umbrella under which it has a database, front-end development technology and other efficient framework pillars that can be used to develop applications in one go. Below are the advantages of MEAN stack development company can provide their skills and clients can accelerate their business by getting their applications developed:

Open-Source Framework:  As it is an open source, developers will be served with the recently updated stack.

Ease-to adapt: Developers can have hands on this modular framework as each and every module is bifurcated like MongoDB for the database, Express JS used to create server-side applications, Angular JS for structural front-end development,  Node.js implemented to handle multiple connections at same time.

Flexibility: It won’t be wrong in saying that MEAN stack the second name is Flexibility. After completion of an application, you can perform testing. MEAN is flexible enough to let you host your application in the cloud and you can easily carry out your tasks. Even MongoDB was built for the cloud, it includes compelling database layers that can be automatically shared and has complete cluster support.

Support MCV architecture: This is a major advantage, the MEAN stack can be easily assembled with MVC architecture. Developers won’t have to stress out in dealing with numerous programming languages.

Isomorphic Coding: If your code is written in one specific framework and you want to shift the same in another then on implementing this procedure the code developed in the initial framework will run exactly the same in new shifted one. Hence, this isomorphic coding is proved as a reliable approach and saves developers time.

Ubiquitous JSON:  All MEAN stack modules be it MongoDB, Angular JS, Node.js, Express, all offer JSON format. JSON data doesn’t require reformatting or rewriting and solves the complexity while working with APIs.

Top tier companies Uber, Walmart etc are now from a varied range of frameworks are choosing MEAN Stack for their entire application development. MEAN stack development crafts highly robust applications and can transform client’s entire business objective or service providing objective using all in one MEAN stack framework; Brainvire InfoTech can accomplish this transformation as we have professional experienced developers who are very well aware of each and every corner of MEAN stack.


About Archana Gangadi Junior   mean stack

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