- Introduced in 2014, Vue.js is an open-source progressive JS framework to build UI on the web.
- It offers two-way data binding (like Angular JS).
- A better choice for quick development of cross-platform solutions.
- It can power high-end single page applications (SPAs).
- It is a unique blend of React, Ember, and Angular.
- It is claimed to be faster and leaner as compared to React and Angular 2.0.
- It was designed by a developer’s team from Facebook in 2013.
- It is a flexible, declarative, and an efficient JS library for building UI.
- Even Instagram uses the same UI which further backs the framework as “efficient” within a dynamic high-traffic application.
- Though it has a high learning curve, a smooth data flow and simple display logic within make app development easily understandable.
Managed by a team of Google, the framework is built for speedy and agile work.
- Angular.js – It is often referred to as an MVW (Model-View-Whatever) framework and a right fit for start-ups and mid-sized companies. Its benefits include smart-quick coding, two-way data binding (backend changes are reflected immediately on the UI), and easy testing.
- Angular2 – It is available to developers with a long list of features that empower them to build anything and everything. Its benefits include improved dependency injection, active logging service, inter-component messages and more. Angular2 is suitable for large organizations strict programming environments who prefer high standards for code readability.
- Angular4 – With this release, Angularjs development consume less space (can reduce generated code for components by 60%) and work faster than ever before. Developers can apply codes in debug mode and creation mode too. Angular 5 was released around a month ago. Though it is feature-pack awesome, let’s wait for some more time for its best reviews.
Also read: Angular vs. React vs. Vue: A Comparison