Frameworks, libraries and languages are just a few of the tools that programmers utilize to get their applications created. While there are plenty of paid options to choose from there’s also a good deal of free, open source development tools that are truly worth considering for anyone who’s looking to curb expenses or want flexibility through custom plugins.
Claiming to be the easiest way to create high-quality APIs, Apigility’s key features include RESTful or RPC services; JSON (specifically, HAL); problem details for HTTP APIs; versioning; normalization and validation; authentication (HTTP Basic/Digest, OAuth2); documentation (HTML, Swagger).
Focused on changing the way the world develops for mobile Ionic is a free, open source development tool for creating hybrid mobile apps with HTML5. Ionic uses Angular for a powerful SDK and zeroes in on native mobile development that employs Cordova for quick code drop to get you up and running fast.
JHipster works to unify performance, mobile-front end development and workflow together for powerful modern web app builds. It’s OS independent and continues to be one of the more popular development tools available among community programmers.
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