Developers are looking for the best tools, techniques, and solutions to build successful applications. Improvement is part of our job. Vue was born from the need to connect complex web framework features and simplicity in use. That's why 2 years ago, it aroused my interest.
"I figured, what if I could just extract the part that I really liked About Angular and build something really lightweight."
From the graphic above, you can see that React is the most competitive framework for Vue. Well, both are great tools to create excellent applications. Everything depends on the needs of the project. Vue will be a better choice for small/medium applications and projects with a short deadline.
What are the main benefits of using Vue in a project?
Vue is a progressive framework that aims to build user interfaces and was designed to be adaptable. In my opinion, there are many benefits of using it in a web development project:
- Vue is an easy-to-learn framework because of its simple structure.
- Vue can be easily understood by React.js, Angular.js developers.
- Vue is recognized as a small size framework that can be quickly downloaded and used.
- Vue is replacing Angular and React in many cases.
The future of Vue
I think that in the future, Vue will grow dynamically. The latest version Vue 3.0, already brought some exciting and wanted features. In the release note, the creators announce a significant increase in performance and introduce new solutions for better code management in the case of complex components and better support for TypeScript.
From my TechTalk video, you'll find out everything you need to know about Vue basics (ENG subtitles are available in the options) 👇