January 16, 2017

The one JavaScript framework I WOULD use

It’s this simple.

Include it in your project like this:

< script src="" >

Then, write your HTML like this:

< span class="app" >{{ message }}< /span >

And, your Javascript like so:

var app = new Vue({
el: '#app',
data: {
message: 'Hello Vue!'

That will output “Hello World” to your browser. Seems simple enough, but here’s where it gets fun. Now, open up your console and type:

app.message="What's up?"

And, hit enter.

See, how your text now changes to “What’s Up?”.

And, how easy it was to do?

That’s what VueJS can help you do. And, what makes it different from other front-end frameworks that do similar things is it’s “designed from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable”.

Which means you can methodically migrate to it.

Or, use it in parts to do specific things.

Without having to go all-in or not from the start.

Not to mention, VueJS developers are some of the highest paid in our industry.

Of course, you know me… I don’t go writing ballads for every new language or framework some hipster writes a Medium article about… but I really like this one. You can use it as much or as little as you want.

And, it helps make building reactive websites dead simple.

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