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    • Supported Framework

      Last modified: 26 Oct 2020

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      At the moment Barada can be used to generate codes for Laravel framework.

      # Laravel

      Laravel
      Laravel is a PHP based backend framework which prides itself on its beautiful syntax, ability to accommodate large teams, and the functionality of its modern toolkit. Laravel follows the MVC architectural pattern and was built to facilitate extensive backend development. La ravel also offers its own database migration system and has a robust ecosystem.

      # Future Support

      other frameworks will be taken into account in future versions that will be deployed. Code generation support for React is currently in development, however you can help us by testing and giving us feedbacks
      Please kindly take note that the list of frameworks is not in order of supports.

      # Future Backend Support

      • Backend
        • CakePHP
          CakePHP
          CakePHP is one of the first PHP frameworks to be released back in 2005. Since then, it has come a long way and is now known as a modern PHP framework made to allow developers to build quickly. CakePHP uses clean MVC conventions and is highly extensible making it a great choice for building both large and small applications.
        • Django
          Django
          Django is a high-level Python framework that is built with the idea of "batteries included". Meaning almost everything a developer would want is included out of the box. Therefore, there is less a need for third party plugins and everything in Django works together. Django however, is built for larger applications. Therefore, if you're planning on building something small, Django may not be the best option as it can make a small project bloated with unnecessary features.
        • Ruby on Rails
          Ruby on Rails
          Ruby on Rails is a server-side web framework written in the Ruby programming language. If offers a similar design and philosophy to Django however offers a much more familiar setting to Ruby programmers. Ruby encourages the use of design patterns such as MVC (model view controller) and DRY (don't repeat yourself).
        • Flask
          Flask
          Flask is another Python-based backend framework. However, unlike Django, it is lightweight and more suited for the development of smaller projects. Flask offers support for things like for Jinja2 templating, secure cookies, unit testing, and RESTful request dispatching. It also provides extensive documentation and is a great solution for Python programmers who don't need all the bells and whistles that Django ships with.
        • Express
          Express
          Express is a fast, minimalist framework for Node.js. It provides a thin layer of fundamental web application features, without obscuring Node.js features. Furthermore, it's easy to build a robust API with the help of various HTTP utility methods and middleware available.
        • Spring Boot
          Spring Boot
          Spring Boot is a development framework based on Java. It was created by Spring with the intention of being easy to use, and offer a production-grade Spring based applications that you can "just run". Spring Boot takes an opinionated view of the Spring platform and third-party libraries so you can get started with minimum fuss.

      # Future Frontend Support

      • Frontend
        • React
          React
          Created by Facebook, the React framework has earned popularity within a short period. It is used to develop and operate the dynamic User Interface of the web pages with high incoming traffic. It makes the use of a virtual DOM, and hence, the integration of the same with any application is more straightforward.
        • Angular
          Angular
          One of the most powerful, efficient, and open-source JavaScript frameworks is Angular. Google operates this framework and is implemented to use for developing a Single Page Application (SPA). It extends the HTML into the application and interprets the attributes to perform data binding.
        • Vue
          Vue
          Though developed in the year 2016, this JavaScript framework has already made its way into the market and has proven its worth by offering various features. Its dual integration mode is one of the most attractive features for creating high-end SPA or Single Page Application. It is a much reliable platform for developing cross-platform.

      # Future Mobile Support

      • Mobile
        • Swiftic
          Swiftic
          Swiftic is one of the best mobile app development frameworks available in the iOS platform. It is featured with an easily navigable interface. Using Swiftic is a convenient option as you get 30 days money-back guarantee option for all its plans. Besides, it has another 6-months of success guarantee scheme. If you don’t get any result from it, 6-month service is free.
        • React Native
          React Native
          React Native is the best JavaScript library to build native applications for all devices and platforms. With React Native, you can develop rich applications for both iOS and Android. It also allows creating platform-specific versions of various components allowing easy using of single codebase across various multiple platforms. This community-driven JS library was introduced by Facebook in 2018.
        • NativeScript
          NativeScript
          Native Scripts is an open-source framework to create native mobile applications empowered with Angular, Typescript, JavaScript, CSS, and Vue.js. Native Script is a preferable framework to reduce the code and time of the app loads on the system.
        • Ionic
          Ionic
          Ionic helps you to build interactive hybrid and Progressive Web Applications along with cross-platform applications. This open source framework offers premium services for creating applications. Ionic covers building applications for the web, Android, and iOS. Besides, while working in Ionic, you can constantly create applications and ship them to the deployable locations. Ionic Studio is the lightning version of Ionic and it is quite powerful. You can install it locally to have an easy visual development environment.
        • Flutter
          Flutter
          Flutter is a UI toolkit by Google help in building native applications for the web, mobile, and desktop. This UI toolkit is featured with fully customized widgets, which support to create native applications in a short period. Besides, the Flutter’s layered architecture ensures a faster rendering of components.