Fortunately nothing to worry my dear JS developers. Everything is cool down here. And here is a small comparison of StackOverflow's insight of 2017 and 2018.
The popularity is still growing
A light on the frameworks
Love you Node
Just look at the amazing jump of node.js here.
49.9%. Even this jump started from 2016. In 2016 insight of StackOverflow, it was somewhere around
17%. So, 17 to 29.9 to 49.9. Now I am hopeful for another big jump in 2019. I might be biased towards my love
Honestly, the massacre I've seen with angular 2, I thought this is high time the community will say goodbye to Angular.
The completely rewrote it and kind of forced the users to use typescript (yeah, I know you will argue that TS is not mandatory, but I also know you have not written any application using JS in Ng2) and also to rewrite their existing applications which are in AngularJS 1.x.
Atleast the angular developers I personally know are not happy with the current Angular.
But surprisingly, the graphs says otherwise. Seems the popularity isn't decreased that much. Yes I can understand the people who already set their skill-set with Angular in 2016 or before will not remove that just because they didn't like Ng2 and following; but there should be lesser newbees for that. Or may be newbees came to know about Angular from their seniors and started with that only. Whatever is the reason, angular seems to atleast hold it's popularity.
Our beloved mongo
You can use any database with node.js but there is a special chemistry of node with mongo since the beginning.
And it's not bad to see mongo going up one position in the list of most used database. However with the rise of elastic search etc. it seems developers are kind of ditching mongo with the new database girls
Money, the honey
Is there anyone who does like money? Except the Canadian doctors? I don't really think so. That's why StackOverflow also provide a graph of payslips.
I will always love you