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DEVIX Technologies Fast Track Guide

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Technologies & Capabilities

Front-End programming

React Technology Roadmap

Core Frameworks and Libraries
React
TypeScript: Enhances code quality and maintainability with static typing.
Node.js: Used primarily for building scalable server-side applications but also plays a significant role in building tools and utilities for front-end development.
Development Ecosystem
Next.js: A React framework for server-rendered or statically-exported React apps, enhancing performance and SEO.
Storybook: Tool for building UI components and pages in isolation, which helps in developing and testing UI components more efficiently.
Apollo & GraphQL
Apollo: A comprehensive state management library for JavaScript that enables you to manage both local and remote data with GraphQL.
GraphQL: A query language for your API, and a server-side runtime for executing queries using a type system you define for your data.
UI Frameworks and Styling
MUI (Material-UI): A popular React UI framework that provides ready-to-use components that follow Google's material design.
Tailwind CSS: A utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom designs without leaving your HTML.
Backend as a Service (BaaS)
AWS Amplify: Provides a set of tools and services that can be used together or on their own to help front-end web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications.
Firebase: Google's mobile and web application development platform that helps developers build, improve, and grow their app.
API Design and Interaction
REST API: Architectural style and approach to communications often used in web services development.
GraphQL: As mentioned, enhances the flexibility and efficiency of APIs for web and mobile applications.
Design and Prototyping
Figma: A cloud-based design tool that is similar to Sketch in functionality and features but with real-time collaboration.
Testing and Integration
Tools and frameworks for testing and ensuring the quality and performance of your front-end applications.

Vue.js Technology Roadmap

Core Library
Vue.js
Vue 3: The latest version featuring the Composition API, improved TypeScript integration, and better performance.
Official Vue.js Tooling
Vue CLI: Standard Tooling for Vue.js Development.
Vue DevTools: Browser devtools extension for debugging Vue.js applications.
Routing and State Management
Vue Router: The official router for Vue.js, essential for building single-page applications (SPAs).
Vuex: Official state management library for Vue.js, great for managing complex state needs.
Pinia: An alternative to Vuex as the state management library, known for its simplicity and based on the Vue Composition API.
Server-Side Rendering
Nuxt.js: An intuitive framework making web development simple and powerful with a minimal setup needed for SSR (server-side rendering), statically generated sites, or Single Page Apps built on Vue.js.
UI Component Libraries and Frameworks
Vuetify: A Vue UI Library with beautifully handcrafted Material Components.
Quasar Framework: A high-performance, full-front-end stack that can build responsive websites, PWAs, hybrid mobile Apps (that look native!), and Electron apps using the same codebase.
BootstrapVue: Integrates Bootstrap 4 components with Vue.js.
Form Handling
VeeValidate: Template-based validation framework for Vue.js that allows you to validate inputs and display errors.
Vue Formulate: The easiest way to build forms with Vue, including built-in validation.
Testing Frameworks
Vue Test Utils: The official unit testing utility library for Vue.js.
Jest: Popular JavaScript testing framework used for unit testing.
Cypress: For end-to-end testing, ensuring the entire app works as expected from a user's perspective.
Animation
Vue Transition & Animation System: Handle all of your app animations, including third-party libraries.
GSAP: A robust toolset ideal for creating animations and rich interactive content across websites.
Internationalization
Vue I18n: Internationalization plugin for Vue.js, making it easy to integrate multiple languages.
Performance Optimization
Vue Lazyload: Directive for lazy loading images in Vue.js applications, which can help in improving performance.
Webpack Bundle Analyzer: Visualize the size of webpack output files with an interactive zoomable treemap.
Additional Utilities
Vue Apollo: Integrating GraphQL with your Vue.js applications.
PortalVue: A set of renderless components to help in managing modals and popovers.

Angular Technology roadmap

Core Framework
Angular: A platform and framework for building single-page client applications using HTML and TypeScript.
Angular CLI
Angular CLI: A command-line interface tool used to create projects, add files, and perform a variety of ongoing development tasks.
State Management
NgRx: A framework for building reactive applications in Angular using the Redux pattern.
Akita: A simpler alternative to NgRx for state management that is built on top of RxJS.
Routing
Angular Router: An official Angular navigation library written and maintained by the Angular Core Team.
UI Component Libraries
Angular Material: Material Design components for Angular.
NG Bootstrap: Bootstrap 4 components for Angular.
PrimeNG: A collection of rich UI components for Angular.
Forms
Angular Forms: Supports both template-driven and reactive forms, allowing for powerful data binding and validation.
Server-Side Rendering
Angular Universal: A tool for rendering Angular applications on the server.
Testing Frameworks
Jasmine: The default testing framework for Angular that supports behavior-driven development.
Karma: A test runner that is ideal for running and automating unit tests.
Protractor: An end-to-end test framework specifically designed for Angular applications.
Internationalization
Angular i18n: Built-in internationalization support within Angular for translating text and other elements.
Performance Optimization
Lazy Loading: A technique in Angular to load JavaScript components asynchronously as they are needed.
Service Workers: For building progressive web apps with offline capabilities and caching.
DevOps Integration
Angular DevOps: Tools and practices like Docker integration, CI/CD pipeline setup with GitHub Actions or Jenkins, and configuration management.
Accessibility
Angular cdk/a11y: Tools for building accessible web applications, part of the Angular Component Dev Kit.
Additional Libraries and Integrations
RxJS: A library for reactive programming using observables that works well for managing asynchronous data and events in Angular.
Angular Flex-Layout: Provides a sophisticated layout API using Flexbox CSS + mediaQuery.
NGX-Graph: A graph visualization library to create interactive graphs and displays within your Angular apps.

Back-End programming

PHP Backend Technology Roadmap

Core Language
PHP: The primary programming language used for server-side development.
Frameworks
Symfony Framework: A set of reusable PHP components and a web application framework known for its robust architecture and high performance.
Laravel: A PHP framework that is easy to understand and known for elegant syntax, ideal for rapid application development.
Yii2: A high-performance PHP framework best for developing Web 2.0 applications.
Nette: A straightforward and component-based framework for PHP, emphasizing security and performance.
Code Quality and Testing
PHPStan: A static analysis tool for PHP that catches bugs in your code without writing tests.
PHPUnit: A programmer-oriented testing framework for PHP.
Containers and Orchestration
Docker: A platform used to develop, ship, and run applications inside isolated containers.
Kubernetes (K8S): An open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
Relational Databases
MariaDB: A community-developed, commercially supported fork of MySQL, adding advanced features, new storage engines, and better performance.
PostgreSQL: An advanced open-source relational database known for its reliability, feature robustness, and performance.
SQLite: A C-language library that implements a small, fast, self-contained, high-reliability, full-featured SQL database engine.
NoSQL and Other Databases
MongoDB: A NoSQL database known for its high performance, high availability, and easy scalability.
ElasticSearch: A search engine based on the Lucene library, providing a distributed, multitenant-capable full-text search engine.
RabbitMQ: An open-source message broker software that originally implemented the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP).
Redis: An open-source in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker.
AWS Services
AWS EC2: Scalable computing capacity in the Amazon Web Services cloud.
AWS ECS/EKS: Container management services that support Docker containers and allow you to run applications on a managed cluster of Amazon EC2 instances.
AWS S3: Scalable storage in the Amazon Web Services cloud.
AWS Cognito: Provides user identity and data synchronization which helps securely manage and synchronize app data for users across their mobile devices.
Additional Tools and Integrations
Composer: A tool for dependency management in PHP, allowing you to declare the libraries your project depends on and manage (install/update) them for you.
Xdebug: A debugger and profiler tool for PHP.
Envoy: Elegant SSH tasks for PHP without provisioning.
Deployer: A deployment tool for PHP, supporting common tasks out of the box with minimal setup.


Node.js Backend Technology Roadmap

Core Technology
Node.js: A JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine, ideal for building fast, scalable network applications.
Programming Languages
JavaScript/TypeScript: Utilize JavaScript for general programming and TypeScript for its strong typist features, enhancing code quality and maintainability.
Frameworks and Libraries
Express: A minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework that provides a robust set of features for web and mobile applications.
Serverless Framework: Enables developers to build web applications and services that automatically scale within cloud environments without requiring server management.
Serverless Stack (SST): An open-source framework that makes it easy to build serverless applications with JavaScript or TypeScript. It extends AWS CloudFormation and provides higher-level abstractions and pre-built constructs.
Testing Frameworks
Mocha: A feature-rich JavaScript test framework running on Node.js and in the browser, making asynchronous testing simple and fun.
Chai: A BDD / TDD assertion library for Node.js and the browser that pairs well with any JavaScript testing framework.
Databases
MongoDB: A NoSQL database known for its high performance, high availability, and easy scalability.
Elasticsearch: A powerful open-source search and analytics engine that makes data easy to explore.
Messaging Systems
RabbitMQ: Advanced message queuing technology that integrates with Node.js for handling distributed system communications.
Architectural Patterns
Microservice Architecture: Designing a single application as a suite of small services, each running in its own process and communicating with lightweight mechanisms, often an HTTP resource API.
Additional Tools and Technologies
PM2: An advanced, production process manager for Node.js that helps manage and keep Node.js applications online.
NestJS: A progressive Node.js framework for building efficient, reliable and scalable server-side applications.
Socket.io: Enables real-time, bidirectional and event-based communication between the browser and the server.
GraphQL: Use Apollo Server as an implementation to build GraphQL servers that will interface with Node.js, enhancing API usability and flexibility.
Docker: Containerize Node.js applications to ensure consistency across multiple development and release cycles.
Kubernetes: Manage containerized applications with Node.js efficiently at scale.

.NET Technology Roadmap

Core Technologies
C#: A versatile and modern programming language developed by Microsoft, ideal for building a wide range of applications on the .NET platform.
.NET Core / .NET 5/6: The modern, open-source development platform for building many types of applications.
Frameworks and Libraries
ASP.NET Core: A framework for building internet-connected, cloud-based applications such as web apps, IoT apps, and mobile backends.
Entity Framework Core: A lightweight, extensible, open-source, and cross-platform version of the popular Entity Framework data access technology.
Blazor: A framework for building interactive client-side web UI with .NET using C# instead of JavaScript.
IDEs and Development Tools
Visual Studio: A rich, integrated development environment for creating stunning applications for Windows, Android, and iOS, as well as modern web applications and cloud services.
Visual Studio Code: A lightweight but powerful source code editor which runs on your desktop and is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Testing Frameworks
xUnit.net: A modern testing framework for C# that supports parameterized, theory-based tests which is part of the .NET Foundation.
Moq: The most popular and friendly mocking framework for .NET.
Databases
SQL Server: A relational database management system developed by Microsoft.
Azure SQL Database: A fully managed platform as a service (PaaS) database engine that handles most of the database management functions such as upgrading, patching, backups, and monitoring without user involvement.
DevOps and CI/CD
Azure DevOps: Provides development collaboration tools including high-performance pipelines, free private Git repositories, configurable Kanban boards, and extensive automated and cloud-based load testing.
GitHub Actions: Automate, customize, and execute your software development workflows right in your repository with GitHub Actions.
Cloud Services
Azure: A comprehensive set of cloud services that developers can use to build, deploy, and manage applications through Microsoft's global network of data centers.
Azure Functions: An event-driven, serverless compute platform that can also solve complex orchestration problems.
Additional Tools and Integrations
SignalR: A library for ASP.NET developers that simplifies the process of adding real-time web functionality to applications.
Docker for .NET Applications: Containerize .NET applications to streamline deployment and scaling.
Kubernetes: Manage Docker containers of .NET applications, including orchestration, auto-scaling, and management of containerized workloads.
Performance Monitoring and Optimization
Application Insights: An extensible Application Performance Management (APM) service for web developers on multiple platforms.
Serilog/Seq: Use Serilog to provide a sophisticated logging framework for .NET, and Seq to collect and visualize these logs.

Go Technology Roadmap

Core Language
Go: An open-source programming language designed for simplicity, efficiency, and reliability, particularly well-suited for building large-scale, performance-critical software.
Frameworks and Libraries
Gin: A high-performance HTTP web framework that is efficient and well-suited for developing RESTful API services quickly.
Echo: Another lightweight yet complete web framework that offers robust features for building scalable, high-performant web applications.
Testing and QA
Go Test: The built-in testing tool in the Go toolchain, used for writing unit tests.
Testify: A toolkit with common assertions and mocks that plays nicely with the standard library.
Microservices
Go Kit: A programming toolkit for building microservices (or elegant monoliths) in Go, which emphasizes interoperability and the robustness of distributed systems.
Micro: A framework for cloud-native development; it simplifies building and managing microservices.
Dependency Management
Go Modules: The official dependency management system included in the Go toolchain, making dependency versioning easier and more consistent.
Databases and Storage
GORM: The ORM library for Golang, which handles interactions smoothly with databases like PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite.
BoltDB: An embedded key-value database for Go.
Message Brokers and Caching
Go Redis: A Go client for Redis, which is used as a cache and message broker.
NATS: A simple, high-performance messaging system for microservices, IoT devices, and cloud-native apps.
Networking and RPC
gRPC-Go: A high-performance, open-source universal RPC framework that uses HTTP/2 as the underlying transport, with support for streaming APIs and connecting services in and across data centers.
DevOps Tools
Docker: Utilizing Docker to containerize Go applications, ensuring consistency across multiple development and release cycles.
Kubernetes: Automate deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications written in Go.
Monitoring and Performance
Prometheus: An open-source monitoring solution that integrates well with Go, particularly when using HTTP middleware to gather metrics.
Jaeger: A distributed tracing system that helps monitor and troubleshoot microservices-based distributed systems.
Security
GoGuardian: A library to assist in building OAuth, JWT, Basic Auth, and other authentication mechanisms in Go services.
API Documentation
Swagger (Go Swagger): Automatically generate API documentation for Go services using Swagger 2.0, which helps maintain clear and understandable API interfaces.
Web Sockets and Real-Time Communication
Gorilla WebSocket: A package that provides a complete and tested implementation of the WebSocket protocol.

Java/Kotlin Backend Technology Roadmap

Core Programming Languages
Java: A widely-used robust programming language that is known for its portability across platforms from mainframe data centers to smartphones.
Kotlin: A modern programming language that integrates fully with Java and focuses on safety, clarity, and tooling friendliness.
Frameworks and Libraries
Spring
Spring Boot: Simplifies the development of new Spring applications through convention over configuration.
Spring MVC: A model-view-controller architecture that enhances the development of web applications.
Spring Data: Provides a consistent data access layer that leverages modern database access technologies, including relational and NoSQL databases.
Spring Security: A powerful and highly customizable authentication and access-control framework.
Spring Cloud: Facilitates building some of the common patterns in distributed systems (e.g., configuration management, service discovery).
Ktor: A Kotlin-based framework for building asynchronous servers and clients in connected systems. It is lightweight and ideal for microservices.
Build Tools and Development Environments
Gradle: An open-source build automation tool focused on flexibility and performance, commonly used in Java and Kotlin projects.
Maven: A comprehensive project management tool that handles project builds, dependency management, and documentation from a central piece of information.
IntelliJ IDEA: An integrated development environment (IDE) for JVM languages, optimized for Java and Kotlin development.
Testing Frameworks
JUnit: The most common framework for testing Java applications, with support for unit and integration tests.
Mockito: A popular mocking framework for unit tests in Java, allowing you to create and configure mock objects.
Kotest: A powerful, flexible testing tool for Kotlin that offers several styles of testing not typically available to Java developers.
Databases and Data Management
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