Many online businesses reached their goal of success by providing the best user experience. I would say development is a crucial part of these type areas. For a succesful online business,
First we need to know what does stack means.
A stack can be considered on the basis of a website contains the following factors.
- Operation system
- Web server
- Programming framework
It all about the project you work leads you to take one stack over another. Lamp and Mean are the widely used stacks now. Here I’m describing more about the two.
Let’s start with Lamp. I believe you may not have a clear view of
Lamp stack is an open source software and which helps to build a
The LAMP stack is faster and scalable as it has a non-blocking structure. But developers don’t have control of the libraries that are available. For example, depending on your hosting provider, you can get stuck with the libraries and the versions of those libraries that have been built. This one of the cons of Lamp. Lamp supports only in Linux environments.
Prior to other, Lamp is a productive method to develop web scripts at enterprise level. The lamp is also a cost effective solution for customization.
Mean Stack is also an open source and free cost stack which has emerged recently. This stack is main used in cloud based applications. Some of the important qualities of mean are flexible, scalable and extensible, making them the perfect candidate for cloud hosting. MEAN stands for MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS.
MEAN basically describes an application stack:
- MongoDB (data storage)
- Express.js (server-side application framework)
- AngularJS (client-side application framework)
- Node.js (server-side language environment although Express implies Node.js)
Let’s look at each function of its component
- MongoDB: MongoDB is an open source NoSQL database using a document-oriented data model. It consists of collections and documents instead of row and tables as in relational databases.
Both stacks have its own advantages and disadvantages to choosing the right stack is purely depends upon the type of application you build. Mean stack is more suitable in dealing with a large amount of unclustered data. On the other end, the lamp is preferred developing simple non-high end websites.
Both stacks have its own advantages and disadvantages, so choosing the right stack is purely depends upon the type of application you build. Mean stack is more suitable in dealing with a large amount of unclustered data. On the other end, the LAMP is preferred developing simple non-high end websites.
Mean and Lamp lies in the customized needs of your business application.
ISCRIPTS CONFIGURABLE AND REUSABLE SAAS FRAMEWORK
ICARUS is iScripts configurable and reusable SAAS framework. It is a lightweight MVC framework that will cover up basic web functionalities and features and leaves developer to focus on implementing high end and custom functionality and logic. ICARUS framework offers a quality CMS module for contents and users. The most peculiar feature of the framework is that it is CRUD based API for mobile/social apps and it allows setting role-based user permission.
Magpie is an easy MEAN framework for building advanced applications. Magpie enables a developer to develop advanced salable application in most simplest and fastest way. The Single Command Setup, Configurable CRUD’s and API’s, Ready-made modules and directives etc are some of the advantages of Magpie frameworks that increase the speed of development of the applications. Magpie comes with ready-made CMS with roles & privileges and dynamic dashboard configuration system.
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