Developers often use front-end frameworks, such as React, Angular and Vue, when building web and mobile applications to reduce programming time and potential errors by importing prewritten code that executes common functionalities and components. These frameworks contain collections of code libraries that developers can use to streamline their workflow by reusing code that others have already created. Frameworks allow applications to remain manageable when scaling up while increasing collaboration between developers.
Likewise, frameworks such as Express, which is based on Node.js, can be helpful for the back-end. Developers can also use frameworks such as Next.js, Gatsby, Meteor for back-end development, depending on use cases. Express is useful for building web servers; Gatsby is a front-end framework used for generating static web pages; Next and Meteor are full-stack frameworks that can accomplish front and back-end development of the same technique through server-side rendering, which improves response time.