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Topic: WHAT ARE THE TOP SIX WEB APP DEVELOPMENT TOOLS WHICH I CAN USE F
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Below I've mentioned a few robust tools that might help you build your next web application:

• TypeScript

TypeScript is a replacement for JavaScript and is among the most robust open-source programming language. It is capable of compiling the code with standard JavaScript. In addition, it can back any host, browser, and operating system. Thus, developers and the web app development company can utilize existing JavaScript code.

• GitHub

GitHub helps developers manage projects in the web app development process and develop review processes for code and fit it into the workflow. Furthermore, it can be deployed as a cloud or self-hosted solution.

• Npm

Npm enables robust web app development through JavaScript tools. With functionalities like team management, there is zero need for configuration. In addition, it offers security auditing features. Enterprise-grade solutions offer features like de-duplicated development, security expertise, unrivaled support, and access control.

• JQuery

JQuery is a robust JavaScript library, which eases HTML DOM manipulation and tree traversal for developers and companies. It is also used for animation and event handling.

• Bootstrap

The bootstrap is an open-source toolkit that lets developers create web applications using CSS, HTML, and JS. It also enables the development of responsive mobile-first projects on the web.

• Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code comes with inbuilt features like Debugging, Built-in Git, IntelliSense, and extensions for adding more themes, languages, Debuggers, etc. However, it can be run anywhere as it backs Mac, Windows, and Linux platforms.



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