Easy learning curve
Decreased development time
Companies usually want to deliver their software as quickly as possible without compromising its quality. The best way to do that is to search for easy gains such as the ability to reuse code. Vue’s components are quite small and loosely coupled, which promotes code reuse and decreases development time. The fact that is is easy to learn also contributes to the goal.
Freedom for developers
One of the common characteristics of any framework is the extent to which it is opinionated (or not). Opinionated frameworks, such as Ember or Angular, force developers to structure their code in a specific way. This has some benefits in terms of productivity in the long term, but it also limits options for developers. Vue is one of the less opinionated frameworks, leaving it up to developers to choose and agree between each other how to structure the code.
Vibrant community and lots of support
Great performance and flexibility
Of course, none of these benefits would matter if the Vue-based apps didn’t perform well. Luckily, Vue’s performance is on par with all of the other big JS frameworks. As a matter of fact, you can often achieve the same or better results with less coding, which allows you to dedicate more time to writing your business logic.
With all that, it’s easy to understand why Vue development is now such a hot topic. Being easy to learn, it’s worth it to try it out or suggest it to your developers. Once you try it, it will probably stay as an important part of your organization’s stack for a long time.
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