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Rushstack: Monorepo for tools Developed By The Rush Stack Community


The home for various projects maintained by the Rush Stack community, whose mission is to develop reusable tooling for large scale TypeScript monorepos.

Documentation Links

  • What is Rush Stack? - learn about the mission behind these projects
  • API reference - browse API documentation for NPM packages
  • Zulip chat room - chat with the Rush Stack developers
  • Rush - a build orchestrator for large scale TypeScript monorepos
  • API Extractor - create .d.ts rollups and track your TypeScript API signatures
  • API Documenter - use TSDoc comments to publish an API documentation website

Related Repos

These GitHub repositories provide supplementary resources for Rush Stack:

  • rushstack-samples - a monoprepo with sample projects that illustrate various project setups, including how to use Heft with other popular JavaScript frameworks
  • rush-example - a minimal Rush repo that demonstrates the fundamentals of Rush without relying on any other Rush Stack tooling
  • rushstack-legacy - older projects that are still maintained but no longer actively developed

Published Packages

/apps/api-documenternpm versionchangelog@microsoft/api-documenter
/apps/api-extractornpm versionchangelog@microsoft/api-extractor
/apps/heftnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft
/apps/lockfile-explorernpm versionchangelog@rushstack/lockfile-explorer
/apps/rundownnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/rundown
/apps/rushnpm versionchangelog@microsoft/rush
/eslint/eslint-confignpm versionchangelog@rushstack/eslint-config
/eslint/eslint-patchnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/eslint-patch
/eslint/eslint-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/eslint-plugin
/eslint/eslint-plugin-packletsnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/eslint-plugin-packlets
/eslint/eslint-plugin-securitynpm versionchangelog@rushstack/eslint-plugin-security
/heft-plugins/heft-dev-cert-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-dev-cert-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-jest-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-jest-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-sass-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-sass-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-serverless-stack-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-serverless-stack-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-storybook-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-storybook-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-webpack4-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-webpack4-plugin
/heft-plugins/heft-webpack5-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-webpack5-plugin
/libraries/api-extractor-modelnpm versionchangelog@microsoft/api-extractor-model
/libraries/debug-certificate-managernpm versionchangelog@rushstack/debug-certificate-manager
/libraries/heft-config-filenpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-config-file
/libraries/load-themed-stylesnpm versionchangelog@microsoft/load-themed-styles
/libraries/localization-utilitiesnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/localization-utilities
/libraries/module-minifiernpm versionchangelog@rushstack/module-minifier
/libraries/node-core-librarynpm versionchangelog@rushstack/node-core-library
/libraries/package-deps-hashnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/package-deps-hash
/libraries/rig-packagenpm versionchangelog@rushstack/rig-package
/libraries/rush-libnpm version @microsoft/rush-lib
/libraries/rush-sdknpm version @rushstack/rush-sdk
/libraries/stream-collatornpm versionchangelog@rushstack/stream-collator
/libraries/terminalnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/terminal
/libraries/tree-patternnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/tree-pattern
/libraries/ts-command-linenpm versionchangelog@rushstack/ts-command-line
/libraries/typings-generatornpm versionchangelog@rushstack/typings-generator
/libraries/worker-poolnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/worker-pool
/rigs/heft-node-rignpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-node-rig
/rigs/heft-web-rignpm versionchangelog@rushstack/heft-web-rig
/rush-plugins/rush-amazon-s3-build-cache-pluginnpm version @rushstack/rush-amazon-s3-build-cache-plugin
/rush-plugins/rush-azure-storage-build-cache-pluginnpm version @rushstack/rush-azure-storage-build-cache-plugin
/rush-plugins/rush-serve-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/rush-serve-plugin
/webpack/hashed-folder-copy-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/hashed-folder-copy-plugin
/webpack/loader-load-themed-stylesnpm versionchangelog@microsoft/loader-load-themed-styles
/webpack/loader-raw-scriptnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/loader-raw-script
/webpack/preserve-dynamic-require-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack-preserve-dynamic-require-plugin
/webpack/set-webpack-public-path-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/set-webpack-public-path-plugin
/webpack/webpack-plugin-utilitiesnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack-plugin-utilities
/webpack/webpack4-localization-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack4-localization-plugin
/webpack/webpack4-module-minifier-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack4-module-minifier-plugin
/webpack/webpack5-localization-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack5-localization-plugin
/webpack/webpack5-module-minifier-pluginnpm versionchangelog@rushstack/webpack5-module-minifier-plugin

Unpublished Local Projects

/apps/lockfile-explorer-webRush Lockfile Explorer: helper project for building the React web application component
/build-tests-samples/heft-node-basic-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-node-jest-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-node-rig-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-serverless-stack-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-storybook-react-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-storybook-react-tutorial-storykitStorybook build dependencies for heft-storybook-react-tutorial
/build-tests-samples/heft-web-rig-app-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-web-rig-library-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/heft-webpack-basic-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for Heft
/build-tests-samples/packlets-tutorial(Copy of sample project) Building this project is a regression test for @rushstack/eslint-plugin-packlets
/build-tests/api-documenter-scenariosBuilding this project is a regression test for api-documenter
/build-tests/api-documenter-testBuilding this project is a regression test for api-documenter
/build-tests/api-extractor-lib1-testBuilding this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-lib2-testBuilding this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-lib3-testBuilding this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-scenariosBuilding this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-test-01Building this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-test-02Building this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-test-03Building this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/api-extractor-test-04Building this project is a regression test for api-extractor
/build-tests/eslint-7-testThis project contains a build test to validate ESLint 7 compatibility with the latest version of @rushstack/eslint-config (and by extension, the ESLint plugin)
/build-tests/hashed-folder-copy-plugin-webpack4-testBuilding this project exercises @rushstack/hashed-folder-copy-plugin with Webpack 4.
/build-tests/hashed-folder-copy-plugin-webpack5-testBuilding this project exercises @rushstack/hashed-folder-copy-plugin with Webpack 5. NOTE - THIS TEST IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO BE BROKEN
/build-tests/heft-action-pluginThis project contains a Heft plugin that adds a custom action
/build-tests/heft-action-plugin-testThis project exercises a custom Heft action
/build-tests/heft-copy-files-testBuilding this project tests copying files with Heft
/build-tests/heft-example-plugin-01This is an example heft plugin that exposes hooks for other plugins
/build-tests/heft-example-plugin-02This is an example heft plugin that taps the hooks exposed from heft-example-plugin-01
/build-tests/heft-fastify-testThis project tests Heft support for the Fastify framework for Node.js services
/build-tests/heft-jest-reporters-testThis project illustrates configuring Jest reporters in a minimal Heft project
/build-tests/heft-minimal-rig-testThis is a minimal rig package that is imported by the 'heft-minimal-rig-usage-test' project
/build-tests/heft-minimal-rig-usage-testA test project for Heft that resolves its compiler from the 'heft-minimal-rig-test' package
/build-tests/heft-node-everything-esm-module-testBuilding this project tests every task and config file for Heft when targeting the Node.js runtime when configured to use ESM module support
/build-tests/heft-node-everything-testBuilding this project tests every task and config file for Heft when targeting the Node.js runtime
/build-tests/heft-parameter-pluginThis project contains a Heft plugin that adds a custom parameter to built-in actions
/build-tests/heft-parameter-plugin-testThis project exercises a built-in Heft action with a custom parameter
/build-tests/heft-sass-testThis project illustrates a minimal tutorial Heft project targeting the web browser runtime
/build-tests/heft-typescript-composite-testBuilding this project tests behavior of Heft when the tsconfig.json file uses project references.
/build-tests/heft-web-rig-library-testA test project for Heft that exercises the '@rushstack/heft-web-rig' package
/build-tests/heft-webpack4-everything-testBuilding this project tests every task and config file for Heft when targeting the web browser runtime using Webpack 4
/build-tests/heft-webpack5-everything-testBuilding this project tests every task and config file for Heft when targeting the web browser runtime using Webpack 5
/build-tests/localization-plugin-test-01Building this project exercises @microsoft/localization-plugin. This tests that the plugin works correctly without any localized resources.
/build-tests/localization-plugin-test-02Building this project exercises @microsoft/localization-plugin. This tests that the loader works correctly with the exportAsDefault option unset.
/build-tests/localization-plugin-test-03Building this project exercises @microsoft/localization-plugin. This tests that the plugin works correctly with the exportAsDefault option set to true.
/build-tests/rush-amazon-s3-build-cache-plugin-integration-testTests connecting to an amazon S3 endpoint
/build-tests/rush-project-change-analyzer-testThis is an example project that uses rush-lib's ProjectChangeAnalyzer to
/build-tests/set-webpack-public-path-plugin-webpack4-testBuilding this project tests the set-webpack-public-path-plugin using Webpack 4
/build-tests/ts-command-line-testBuilding this project is a regression test for ts-command-line
/libraries/rushellExecute shell commands using a consistent syntax on every platform
/repo-scripts/doc-plugin-rush-stackAPI Documenter plugin used with the website
/repo-scripts/generate-api-docsUsed to generate API docs for the website
/repo-scripts/repo-toolboxUsed to execute various operations specific to this repo
/rush-plugins/rush-litewatch-pluginAn experimental alternative approach for multi-project watch mode

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Is Full-Stack Developer A Vaccine For Startups?

There's a wise old saying: "Working with a full stack developer can lead to better technology solutions." And in recent years, this saying has proven to be true for many startups.

In the last few years, we have heard a lot about full-stack developers.

We know that a full-stack developer is a person who has complete knowledge of the different layers involved in application development. Whether you are dealing with the front or back end or working in the business layer, they take care of everything with ease.

But did you wonder why a full-stack developer is so important for a startup? 

This blog will answer all such queries. So let's get started.

The Demand for Full-Stack Developers

As per a development report published recently, it was seen that there had been a 206% increase in demand for full-stack developers from 2018 to 2020. This is because more companies seek multifaceted skills. 

Full-stack developers or a full-stack development company are able to take care of all the development needs of your project. So whether it's front-end or back-end development or enterprise layer development, they are competent to work on everything. You can always hire full-stack developers for your business needs.

What can a Full-Stack Developer Do?

In terms of software development, there are front-end developers and back-end developers. Front-end developers create the interface, while backend developers design the software. 

A full-stack developer can do everything. They take care of application design, server-side scripting, client-side coding, coding, administration, database creation, and any other project development needs.

The following are the responsibilities of a full stack developer that you hire:

  • Manage web development

  • Code applications and programs

  • Solve problems

  • Coordinate with other team members and developers

  • Think about testing techniques for web applications

In short, a full-stack developer has a strong understanding of the technologies that determine how a website looks, functions, and functions. The said developer must have a working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, CSS, PHP, Angular, Ruby, MySQL, Node, MongoDB, Apache, etc. The knowledge to work with animations and design will add a bonus point to a candidate's portfolio.

Over time, the skills required for full-stack development have expanded and evolved. Long ago, the LAMP stack included Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is more than MEAN and beyond today. 

Currently, a typical mean stack development service provides developers who can perform front-end development using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and other JS frameworks; for the backend, they use Express and Node, and for databases, they follow MySQL and MongoDB.

Top Reasons to Hire Full-Stack Developers

  • Effective troubleshooting

When hiring a full-stack developer, companies are always looking for candidates who are capable of solving a problem. Full-stack developers are competent to handle all aspects of the project. They prove to be a practical solution for startups that are not willing to spend more money on many developers.

  • Wide range of technology skills

The main reason companies choose full-stack developers for their projects is their potential rather than their knowledge. Over time, companies teach them the skills they want them to have. In this way, in a few years, they learn different technological skills as the company expands.

  • Executive and management skills

Companies like to have people with business experience on board. A full-stack developer has the knowledge and expertise to work on the front-end, backend, and media architecture layers. This means that they are capable of performing better than an individual front-end or backend developer.

  • Economic

As full-stack developers can develop all aspects of a project, it is not necessary to form a team of experts. They will easily handle the project without help from anyone. This will save the right amount of money for the recruiting team.

  • Faster development process

Full-stack developers know different technologies, tools, and techniques. This means that when they take the project, they will be able to complete it faster. They will spend less time discussing and collaborating with the team on the project.

Benefits of Full-Stack Developers for Startups and Small Businesses

  • Established developers

Full-stack developers have enough experience to create outstanding features for the final product, which will be able to excite the market. They have the ability to build a complete product from scratch. If you want to gain some benefits from your product, you will have to collaborate with these experts. Remember that not all developers are capable of handling the project from a 360-degree perspective.

  • Versatility

A full-stack developer is able to work equally well on the front-end and the backend of a website or application. Front-end developers write code using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, which are able to control the appearance of the solution and how it interacts with the browser and users. Backend developers write code that connects the website or application with other content management systems. A full-stack developer is capable of handling both tasks. They are focused on meeting customer expectations and finding solutions on their own.


  • Vast experience

Full-stack developers take on different web projects. This has helped them gain in-depth knowledge of various technologies and the experience to find quick solutions in web and application development. Such understanding and knowledge improve the performance of the project and its reception in the market.

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The main advantage of choosing a full-stack developer for your project is that they will come up with the complete structure of the project and offer their valuable input to the project as needed. Their services go beyond project development to maintain and optimize existing solutions.

  • Upgrades

Web design plays a crucial role in whether most people love or reject a website. Full-stack developers will make sure that the website is pretty user-friendly. They keep up with trends and technological innovations. To make sure their clients get the best interactive and responsive website, the developers implement intelligent features in their projects.

  • Troubleshooting issues

Full-stack developers have complete knowledge and experience of the different stages and aspects of website development. They are skilled enough to identify problems that may arise during the development of the project. They will propose long-term solutions to ensure that the website or application works optimally based on their findings.

  • All-inclusive

In addition to leading your web project and enabling enhancements to it, full-stack developers move to the level of representing your product to stakeholders or your company at conferences. They can move quickly from one operation to another with ease, streamlining the development process.

  • Economic

If you are on a tight budget but want to create a fantastic website, then you should consider hiring full developers for the job. You can even think about having a remote full-stack developer for the project. As such, a developer is capable of handling all aspects of project development; you won't have to hire different people for the job. This will save you a lot of money.

  • Delivery time

It will be easy for developers to share responsibilities among the team and coordinate with each other for better project progress. This will result in faster delivery of the project.

  • Project ownership

When you hire full-stack developers for your project, you can be sure that they will take care of everything. Such a developer will be able to develop MVP from start to finish. If you hire a full-stack developer in the middle of the project, even then, you'll find a way to join the flow seamlessly. Such a developer will work towards quality control of the design project.



Summing Up

So these were the advantages of hiring a full-stack developer. I hope you have noted the changes that a full-stack developer can bring to the table and in your company. However, working with a full-stack developer is the best way to work with a top full-stack development company in India.

It is a good idea that full-stack development companies bring to your projects are phenomenal and groundbreaking due to the expertise and experience that full-stack development companies bring to your projects.

If you have any other queries or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Why Businesses Choose Mean Stack Development For Developing Enterprise Applications?

The technological world is booming each day with new emerging technologies, and it needs the hour to get acquainted with the latest ones. Mean stack is such one developing technology that rules the world.

So, Have you also decided to go with Mean stack but are confused about its speed, productivity, flexibility, and scalability. Be assured the blog will give you complete insights into the Mean stack.

Mean Stack is the most used stack technology solution used by developers to create dynamic web applications. You must be thinking about what makes it so popular and easy to use. Well, the answer is Javascript language. Javascript is the only language that is used throughout to develop all applications.

Do you know? According to a recent web development stat, 68% of developers use Javascript language worldwide to develop applications.

Table of Contents

  • MongoDB
  • Express
  • AngularJS
  • Node.js

Advantages of Mean stack development

  1. Highly flexible
  2. Code Reusability
  3. Cost-effective
  4. Single language development
  5. Cloud compatible

Wrapping Up!

Frequently asked questions

Mean Stack uses four components to build the applications: MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.JS.

1. MongoDB

MongoDB is an essential part of the Mean Stack as it stores the application data effectively. It is an open-source document database that performs the task quickly.

The database and application both use Javascript, eliminating the need for translation when the object goes from the database to the application. Moreover, MongoDB is well known for its flexibility and scalability features.

2.  Express

Express is a back-end framework that manages the interactions between the database and the client-side server. It is well known for minimalistic architecture and high performance. Express ensures transferring of data smoothly to the end-user.

Additionally, it facilitates the way for developers to write the server code without any hassle. Developers don’t need to write the same code repeatedly; thus, it saves efforts and time for the developers.

3. AngularJS


AngularJS is a front-end development framework that is most popular amongst developers worldwide. It is known for producing high-performing, scalable, and easy to maintain applications. AngularJS allows developers to create dynamic and single-page web applications.

Furthermore, It has a built-in dependency injection ecosystem that assists developers to build and test the applications quickly.

4. Node.JS

Node.JS is an open-source platform that works as a Javascript runtime environment tirelessly. It helps developers to deploy the code on the server-side.

Moreover, Express is specifically developed to work on top of Node.JS. It has an inbuilt library that allows developers to deploy the MongoDB database to the cloud. You can contact any node.JS development company in India to benefit from this unique Javascript runtime environment.

How does Mean Architecture work?

In Javascript, AngularJS works for the client-side language. When an individual makes a request, it first moves to AngularJS (first phase). After that, the request moves to NodeJS( second phase). After NodeJS proceeds the request, it enters the Express, where it creates the database. 

Once Express makes a request, MongoDB retrieves the data and sends back the response to Express. Similarly, Express passes the response to NodeJS, which ultimately transfers the data to AngularJS.

After discussing how Mean Architecture works, let’s focus on the advantages of Mean stack development.

Advantages of Mean Stack Development

1. Highly Flexible

Mean Stack is famous amongst developers because of its flexibility feature. Once the application is developed, developers can smoothly use the cloud platform to test the application.

Mean Stack facilitates the way for developers to create, understand and test the application. It uses a single language that is Javascript, and all the developers speak the same language i.e., Javascript. It enhances the better understanding amongst developers leading to greater productivity.

Moreover, hire dedicated full stack developers that can ensure the success of the projects as they are more proficient and skillful.

2. Code Reusability

Code reusability is one of the most advantageous features of the Mean Stack as developers don’t need to write the code again and again. They can deploy the code from one framework to the other without any hassle.

It saves the efforts and time of developers and simultaneously accelerates the speed of web application development.

3. Cost-Effective

Mean Stack development companies are in high demand as Mean Stack is cost-effective, high performing, and scalable at the same time. Mean stack has a rich ecosystem that is open-source and free to use. It allows developers to develop the application in less time and effort. 

Codesharing enables web development to take place quickly, eliminating the need to perform tedious and mundane tasks. Since you get all the required frameworks, tools, coding language, and libraries in Mean Stack to develop the app, you don’t need to hire app developers for specific things.

By hiring mean stack developers, you get the application developed in lower-cost investment.

4. Single Language Development

Single language development is the most advantageous feature of the Mean Stack development. All the coding while developing an app takes place in one language, i.e., Javascript.

If you opt to take mern stack development services, it will allow developers to develop the application with Javascript language.

Using a single language throughout the application enables collaboration amongst web developers.

5. Cloud Compatible

Mean Stack ensures cloud compatibility in the development of web applications. Cloud compatibility is one of the major challenges developers face while transferring data to the application. Mean Stack overcomes the challenge by facilitating inbuilt libraries for the developers.

As we know, cloud compatibility enables your business to grow manifolds. It reduces the cost of developing the application and builds dynamic and efficient web applications.


Wrapping Up!

Mean Stack is the ultimate option to pick up for the development of the applications. Its single language development feature has enhanced its popularity amongst developers and enterprises worldwide.

You can also contact the best mean stack development company to get scintillating applications that will take your business to exceptionally a new height. Moreover, you will stand apart from the competitor of the business world and leave indelible prints over the market.



Q: When should you pick Mean Stack for your Project? 

Mean Stack is perfect for building scalable applications. You can get all kinds of applications developed, covering efficient single-page applications to complex enterprises and social media apps.

If you want to choose Enterprise apps, Multimedia streaming apps, and Real-time applications, you can quickly get them developed from one of the best mean Stack development companies.


Q: Which companies use Mean Stack?

Several big brands use Mean stack for web application development. Some Of them are Accenture,  Fiverr, UNIQLO, and AngularClass.


Q: What are the benefits delivered by Mean Stack development?

Mean Stack development offers numerous benefits like easy isomorphic coding, cost-effective, scalable, high performing, and single language development.

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Bothe MEAN and MERN are full stack frameworks with Java coded components. The difference is that MEAN uses Angular JS while MERN uses the React JS developed by Facebook. Both aids developers to make reactive and intuitive UI. To understand which stack is the better one, we need to understand the underlying differences between them.

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MEAN: Components include Mongo DB, Angular JS, Express, and Node.
MERN: Components include Mongo DB, React JS, Express, and Node.
MEAN: JavaScript development stack.
MERN: Open source JavaScript library.
MEAN: Uses Typescript language.
MERN: Uses JavaScript and JSX.
MEAN: Copnent based architecture.
MERN: None.
MEAN: Regular DOM.
MERN: Virtual DOM.
MEAN: Steep learning curve.
MERN: Better documentation.
MEAN: Bidirectional data flow.
MERN: Unidirectional dataflow.
Both tech has high class features and immense functionality. The slight upper hand that MERN enjoys is in the learning curve. MERN is easier to grasp because the learning curve differs between Angular JS and React JS. Let us take a deeper dive into the benefits of MEAN and MERN stacks to understand the power of each of these stacks fully.

All types of applications can be developed easily.
Various plug ins and widgets have compatibility with this stack. For development that has a stricter time frame, this comes in handy.
The functionality skyrockets due to the availability of plug ins.
Developers enjoy community support since the framework is open source.
Real time testing is possible with the built-in tools.
A single language is used for back end and front end. This increases coordination and gets applications to respond faster.
Front end and back end are covered by a single coding script.
The entire process can be completed using only JAVA and JSON.
Seamless development through the MVC architecture.
Real time testing through built-in tools.
Runs on an open source community and the source code can be easily modified.
According to Hacker Rank development skill report, 30% of developers went with Angular JS while 26% stayed with React JS. The report also mentions that 30% of the programmers wanted to learn React JS and 35.9% of developers prefer to develop using React JS, thus MERN stands slightly above MEAN when it comes to popularity.

As far as we know, in terms of ease of understanding and popularity, MERN is at the forefront now. Let us take a detailed comparison to understand who will win the race in 2021.

Scalability, Security: Both MEAN and MERN are equally secure. However, in terms of scalability, MERN is at the forefront.

MVC: For enterprise level apps, a complete architecture needs to be maintained. MEAN is the better option for this.
UI: For an advanced and simple UI, MERN is the go-to stack. MERN facilitates user interaction.
CRUD: For CRUD (create, read, update, delete), MERN is the ideal stack. The React JS handles data changes quickly and has a good user interface as well.
Support: The Angular JS in MEAN supports HTTP calls and unites the back-end. Enterprise level app development will require third party.
libraries. On the other hand, React JS improves functionality through its supplementary libraries. MEAN scores slightly above in this section.
MEAN enhances the experience through the use of third party extensions while MERN would require additional configurations to do this.

In aspects of the learning curve, UI, scalability, and CRUD, MERN stack scores more than MEAN stack. However, in the aspects of community support and MVC MEAN stays ahead. In terms of security both are at par. However, the application of the stacks depend entirely on the business needs.

MEAN is more affordable, and is the first choice for startups and SMEs. Switching between clients and servers is easier. For real time web apps, MEAN is definitely the best choice. In MERN, the Virtual DOM enhances user experience and gets the developer’s work done faster. A stable code is maintained by React JS due to a unidirectional data flow. For coding for Android and IOS using JavaScript, MERN is definitely the way to go.

Companies like Accenture, Raindrop, Vungle, Fiverr, UNIQLQ, and Sisense among others use MEAN in their tech stacks. Brands such as UberEats, Instagram, and Walmart use MERN stack. Both the stacks provide an incredible user experience. Stability and scalability can be achieved with both stacks.

From this we can conclude that enterprise level projects require MEAN over MERN. MERN makes rendering UI simpler. Both are reliable for a quick front end development.

MEAN is good for large scale application. MERN is good for faster development of smaller applications.

At Orion we have an excellent team that can help you with all your MEAN and MERN stack development needs.

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