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How to Migrate to a JavaScript Framework Successfully

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  • Creating another three codebases (iOS, Android, and mobile web) for your current application is an illogical proposition that becomes more problematic as time passes; rewrite one codebase, or create three new ones?
  • Angular and React enable the creation of solutions-oriented customer experience applications for web and mobile, with excellent UX and technical performance.
  • Additionally, adopting a user-centric design and development approach has several tangible benefits, including lower cost of application maintenance due to these frameworks’ highly modular nature, and increased customer retention from a more streamlined user experience.
  • ROI Considerations – – Lower Total Cost of Ownership – – Because you will require only one React or Angular development team to develop and maintain your web and mobile applications, your TCO is lower than if you required separate teams for web, iOS, and Android.
  • Reduce Technical Debt – – Laying the groundwork for all future front-end development will help prevent technical debt for other applications in the roadmap.


Most top-performing modern companies rely on web-based software to operate efficiently while providing value to their customers. These applications often contain custom and intricate business logic that gives businesses an edge over their competition.

Most top-performing modern companies rely on web-based software to operate efficiently while providing value to their customers. These applications often contain custom and intricate business logic that gives businesses an edge over their competition.

Building such an application from the ground-up on a highly performant tech stack is an easy choice to make.

But what about those companies that have an existing application built on an older tech stack? Apps like these typically have a tightly coupled server and client side, which results in performance issues, cross-platform incompatibility, and poor customer experience. This tight coupling more often than not leads to applications that are difficult to maintain, and minor changes take weeks or months to release.

Separating the front and back-end architecture enables a more Lean/Agile front-end to coexist with more traditional development lifecycles for the risk-sensitive back-end systems.

A Fundamental Shift

Web development is going through constant change to create a more structured, robust, and performant development environment. In the past decade, there has been a fundamental shift in the architecture and processes in building modern web applications. Ten years ago, it was common to create multi-page applications using Java or .NET frameworks for many large enterprises. These applications were monolithic in nature.

On top of this architectural shift for the web, over 50% of…

How to Migrate to a JavaScript Framework Successfully