Predicting the Future of the Web Development (2020 and 2025)

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Predicting the Future of the Web Development (2020 and 2025)

Wonder what technologies and trends will dominate the web development in 2020 and 2025?

EVENT:
ReactiveConf 2019

SPEAKER:
Richard Feldman

PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS:
Conference Organizers provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish the ReactiveConf videos.

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50 COMMENTS

  1. i totally forgot that i had video speed set to 1.25x, so for half the talk i just naturally assumed that this guy was all coked up in front of an audiencie talking about typescript

  2. This guy need to shut the hell up, talks really fast but no real useful insight. If I really want functional programing i’ll just go with haskell and closurescript. Why do i keep get recommended garbage talks from some elm saleman?

  3. This talk is a waste of time. He started talking about Perl, which is a language to build back-ends, to just focus on Elm, because he wrote a book on it. Elm is not a replacement for Perl. In 2006 he did a bad choice choosing Perl (he was already in decline in 2000) , and in 2020 he did another bad choice choosing Elm. People will continue to use JavaScript dialects because that’s easy. There is no other reason why JavaScript became popular for the back-end as well, with that abomination of Node. The reason is that JavaScript developers (like people who use Ruby, another dead language like Perl) are easy only at JavaScript. Which is the worst mainstream language ever designed. And the only reason it had such a traction is the fact it was the only available in the browser, and it was easy to use. The talk doesn’t mention a single language or technology for the back-end, which is not only the most complex, but also the most interesting part.

  4. 2021. WASM is not significant. Typescript is not very popular. It’s funny how people think they can predict the future, and be so confident about it.

  5. Google search for Richard Feldman needs fixing. I highly doubt this man was 70 when he gave his talk.

    Amazing presentation and energy

  6. Hi, I’m new to the technological environment. Somebody kindly assist me as to where do I begin my computer journey.
    I’m running out of time.

  7. It’s a bit unfair when you’re an Elm core team member to classify Dart as a superset of JS and Elm as a totally different language, when in fact Dart isn’t JS compatible and is really a entirely new language, that can compile and run servers side. Can Elm do that? I’m curious

  8. I don’t see how disabling post install commands is going to be that effective a defence when someone tries to distribute a virus via NPM. If the repo was already compromised, the dependency being fired could be booby trapped anyway. Install is just one way for it to run. Not running npm install -g as sudo is probably more important for this case.

  9. We dont need more frameworks or transpilers, we need better JS, like opcional type check, better perfornance like justjs, native interfaces, and more people focused to ecma standard

  10. If ECMAScript clashes with Typescript, most likely, what’s going to happen is ECMAScript will adjust itself to take the good bits of typescript and work it into itself. This is how CSS evolved; by learning from frameworks the direction of the industry and course-correcting.

  11. A very narrow point of view.
    AI will change everything we know about creation. And it includes web apps, video editing, text messaging, image creation and everything we can imagine about creativity.

    Specifically web, I expect by 2025 almost all serious companies will produce and maintain at least one product without programmers.
    It will include a product manager + AI algorithm like Codex + one Programmer to tune the results.
    Your thinking is linear but what will actually happen is exponential

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