My go to stack for professional web applications. I've been working with Laravel since around 2013 (Laravel 4). Previously I have used Vue JS with Laravel but have recently converted to Livewire
Originally used as a hobby, I've now built APIs and multiple active projects with Elixir and the Phoenix framework. I use Elixir and Phoenix for projects that require real-time functionality. This stack is what originally convinced me to use Livewire with Laravel as there are many similar concepts in both.
I've used Swift for hobby projects as I've had a fascination with building my own iPhone apps. I've since switched entirely to SwiftUI and have built MacOS and iOS apps that are in the App Store.
For Cross-platform desktop apps I have previously used Electron with Ember JS. More recently, I have been transitioning to Tauri (A Rust based alternative to Electron) and SvelteKit for frontend. I have one open source app in this already released with this stack, and another app in progress.
Craft is my go-to for websites that require a Content Management System and a fairly standard front end. This website is built with Craft!
I've tried many Static Site Generators, including Middleman and Hugo. Although Zola is not quite as full featured as Hugo I find it suits my needs fine. My technical blog is built with Zola.
Kotlin and Jetpack Compose has intrigued me as Android's answer to SwiftUI. I've been reading and toying with this combination, including Kotlin Multi-Platform, which seems fantastic to me as I can use SwiftUI for the iOS and MacOS interfaces.
I've always wanted to release my own game, and Godot is a fantastic tool. I'm learning to do this slowly, but often my other projects get in the way :)
With the tagline of Ruby syntax and speed of C I was sold from day one. I really like Crystal, but with Swift, Rust, and Kotlin in my tool belt it's hard to decide when it's appropriate to use.
I've used and loved both of these frontend frameworks. I still maintain many projects built in them, but I no longer build new ones with them.
Electron has served me well with around 3 projects built and released. However, after becoming more confident in Tauri, I find little need to use Electron for newer projects.