What's your code stack for 2021?

Dhruv Bhatia
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What technologies are you using currently and are excited about in 2021? I'm currently using: Nextjs React GraphQL Tailwind CSS


For me it's definitely PWA, NuxtJS, Cockpit CMS, Vue and Vuetify.
Dhruv Bhatia
@andrefuchs Nice, hadn't heard about Cockpit CMS until now. I used to be on the Vue stack, switched over to React because of Nextjs and Vercel
Artūrs Jaunošāns
Backend: ASP.NET Core 3.1+ MSSQL SignalR MVC & Multi-layer architecture VB.NET C# FrontEnd: UIKit CSS 3 Bootstrap Vue.JS jQuery Apps: .NET Framework 4.7+ WinForms Visual Basic/VBA Excited about: .NET Blazor
Artūrs Jaunošāns
@archii @dimabraven Awesome. Are you planning to move to .NET 5 anytime soon?
Masoud Fatemi
Here's ours (Simplified version!): Backend: - Elixir - NodeJS Frontend: - React
Masoud Fatemi
@dhruv_bhatia Actually awesome! its pretty fast and very suitable if your app needs realtime transactions like live chat & messaging
Nova N.
.NET Blazor is awesome so far
Dhruv Bhatia
@nova_n wow, I learn something new every day, this is clearly one of them...had no idea about .NET Blazor, super!
Valerie Dixon
1.The MEAN Technology Stack 2. The MERN Technology Stack 3.The MEVN Technology Stack 4. Ruby on Rails Tech Stack myaccountaccess
Serge Zaitsev
Go+Preact, worked like a charm for a number of mid-size projects
Oly Lotfi
TypeScript, React, NodeJS, and Gatsby!
Simon Blok
VueJs, PHP, Tailwind, NodeJs
Dhruv Bhatia
@simonblok Are you using a framework for PHP?
Simon Blok
@simonblok @dhruv_bhatia yes, i'm using Laravel as my main framework. Primary because it's a very pragmatic and modern framework.
Currently Next.js, React, Tailwind, PostgreSQL, Firebase Auth & Storage, Cloudflare
Adebayo Segun
Currently Next.js, React, Tailwind, PostgreSQL, Firebase Auth & Storage, Cloudflare
Gürkan Bekdemir
I'm currently using; Python Django and React
Daily News
Backend: MongoDB JavaScript Node.js Frontend PWA Vue.js Nuxt.js
Derek Lam
I'm using the exact same stack except for no GraphQL! Still using REST APIs but definitely something I wanna look into!
Dhruv Bhatia
@dlamdev nice, you gotta try GraphQL though (if you feel like you require it). It can be a game-changer for certain use-cases
Norbert Jurga
API: Laravel / Lumen, Front: Tailwind / Bootstrap, Livewire Mobile: Flutter
Nikki Gusz
We built our stack no code and for ~$100 / mo: https://zapier.com/blog/no-code-...
Dhruv Bhatia
@nikki_g interesting...Isn't that a bit costly though? Do you plan to stick with this long term?
Nikki Gusz
@dhruv_bhatia We're low code / no code folks so ease of use is important to us. We also have found the customer service of several of the products fairly good. That being said, always open to new ideas!
Mehdi Kamar
Nextjs, React, Bootstrap, Spring Boot & MongoDB
Eugene Maltsev
React.js, Next.js, sometimes for fun Svelte.js For backend usually python
Dhruv Bhatia
@eugene_maltsev How's Svelte.js? Haven't tried it yet
Mike Williams
Svelte (Sapper but soon Svelte Kit), TailwindCSS, Firebase
Sean O'Callahan
Personal Stack: Front/API: Blitz.js w/ Prisma, Tailwind (highly highly recommend Blitz) DB: Postgres Mobile: Expo Work: Front: Next.js API: Node w/ Koa DB: Postgres
Dhruv Bhatia
@seanocallahan Thanks Sean...haven't checked out Blitz.js, will take a look. How's Prisma?
React.js, TypeScript, Golang