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What can be created using Vue.js?

Vue.js is an open-source JavaScript framework. It’s easy to learn, fast and highly extensible that makes it an ideal framework for both developing complex feature-rich web applications and simple single-page applications. You can create dynamic user interfaces with data-driven view components, high-performance and reactive single-page applications, multi-page applications and progressive web applications (PWAs) using Vue.js. Some of the most popular applications is built with Vue.js including Page.js, GitLab, Laracasts, and Laravel Spark.

You can also build custom components with Vue.js. These, along with the power of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, can help you develop powerful user-friendly interfaces for web applications.

Vue.js is also popular because of its use of two-way data binding, its powerful template syntax, responsiveness and its ability to integrate with other libraries and frameworks.

Why Vue.js is better?

The benefits of Vue.js over alternative frameworks are as follows:

  1. Simplicity: Vue.js is simple to learn and use, so developers can easily start building user interfaces.
  2. Flexibility: Vue.js allows developers to create flexible and highly-customizable web apps due to features like components and plugins.
  3. Performance: this framework is extremely fast and lightweight that makes it the ideal option for creating dynamic user interfaces with minimal resources.
  4. Versatility: Vue.js can be used both as a library and a framework due to its progressive design, that makes it suitable for a variety of applications.
  5. Community: this framework is a good option for many web development projects because of wide adoption, active development, and helpful community support.

Who uses Vue.js?

Vue.js has a wide range of users, from large-scale companies such as Adobe, Twitter, Alibaba, and Nintendo to individual developers and startups. Corpsoft.io also has frontend and full-stack developers with knowledge and experience in Vue.js. It is a common option for frontend development, especially in the full-stack JavaScript world, where React is popular as well.