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Here are the four predictions npm has made:
“You will abandon one of your current tools.”
For developers, this essentially means that it is better to keep on learning new frameworks instead of holding on to their current tools too tightly.
“Despite a slowdown in growth, React will be the dominant framework in 2019.”
Though React’s growth has slowed down in 2018, as compared to 2017, it still continues to dominate the web scene. 60% of npm survey respondents said they are using React. In 2019, npm says that more people will use React for building web applications. As people using it will grow we will have more tutorials, advice, and bug fixes.
“You’ll need to learn GraphQL.”
The GraphQL client library is showing tremendous popularity and as per npm it is going to be a “technical force to reckon with in 2019.” It was first publicly released in 2015 and it is still too early to put it into production, but going by its growing popularity, developers are recommended to learn its concepts in 2019. npm also predict that developers will see themselves using GraphQL in new projects later in the year and in 2020.
“Somebody on your team will bring in TypeScript.”
Read the detailed report and predictions on npm’s website.