Vue.js is a library for building interactive web interfaces. The goal of Vue.js is to provide the benefits of reactive data binding and composable view components with an API that is as simple as possible.
Vue.js itself is not a full-blown framework – it is focused on the view layer only. It is therefore very easy to pick up and to integrate with other libraries or existing projects. On the other hand, when used in combination with proper tooling and supporting libraries, Vue.js is also perfectly capable of powering sophisticated Single-Page Applications.
If you are an experienced frontend developer and you want to know how Vue.js compares to other libraries/frameworks, check out the Comparison with Other Frameworks post.
If you are interested to learn more information about Vue.js’ core take a look at Vue.js official guide.
What people say about Vue.js
“Mark my words: Vue.js will sky-rocket in popularity in 2016. It’s that good.”
— Jeffrey Way
— Taylor Otwell
— Adam Wathan
“Vue.js has been able to make a framework that is both simple to use and easy to understand. It’s a breath of fresh air in a world where others are fighting to see who can make the most complex framework.”
— Eric Barnes
“The reason I like Vue.js is because I’m a hybrid designer/developer. I’ve looked at React, Angular and a few others but the learning curve and terminology has always put me off. Vue.js is the first JS framework I understand. Also, not only is it easy to pick up for the less confidence JS’ers, such as myself, but I’ve noticed experienced Angular and React developers take note, and liking, Vue.js. This is pretty unprecedented in JS world and it’s that reason I started London Vue.js Meetup.”