A web framework is a software program designed to make the development and maintenance of web-enabled applications like web services, resources and APIs so much easier. They are often used for the development of dynamic websites, but they can support the development of static websites, too. There are two types of web frameworks: server-side and user-side.
Server-side frameworks come with tools and libraries that simplify web development tasks. That means developers don’t need to write their own code and waste time looking for miscalculations and bugs.
Client-side frameworks don’t have anything to do with business logic. Their work happens within the browser, where one can improve and implement new user interfaces.
Before you even start selecting a web framework for your organization, make a list of the requirements you need. Use that list as a reference to determine if the framework you want can fulfill the company’s needs. Other factors that should be considered include ease of installation, core library, learning curve and the user community.
Be sure to read the reviews. Ask questions, and share your own opinions about the pros and cons of the frameworks you’ve used.