The use of Vue.js nearly doubled in 2018, and this web libraries’s popularity continues to rise.
If you have any interest in web development, it’s probably something you’ve heard of. You may even have asked yourself, “What does Vue mean?”
What is this new library and why are so many people getting on board with it? We’ll review some of the advantages of Vue.
You’ll want to keep them in mind as you consider your next web app.
You know there are many different libraries you can choose from when it comes to structuring a web app. Some are more popular than others. Most have strengths and weaknesses.
So what is Vue.js?
Using Vue.js, you can build simple web applications quickly.
Vue has become quite popular because it comes with plenty of advantages. Here’s a quick rundown of the major advantages:
Vue is also a versatile tool, giving you the freedom to write your application the way you want to. Whether you’re doing something simple or working on a complex project, you can incorporate Vue.
Vue is also flexible in the sense that it works well with other library languages. Vue can be adopted in increments. If you’re knee-deep in a project already, you don’t need to scrap it and start over.
Most people now use their mobile devices to access the web. This has had an impact on web design and especially on web development. You have to expect that people are going to load your app on a smartphone.
Vue.js is built for making powerful, single-page web apps. It puts an emphasis on the user interface. It's ideal for building in a mobile-dominated atmosphere.
What’s more, is that Vue.js is compact. A comparison of Vue vs. Angular shows Vue removes much of the “baggage” that comes with the Angular library. The result is smaller, yet just as powerful.
The end result is a powerful web app that can be as simple or as complex as you like.