React or Vue: Which JavaScript UI Library Should You Be Using?

React or Vue: Which JavaScript UI Library Should You Be Using?

In 2016 React cemented its position as king of the JavaScript web frameworks. This year saw the rapid growth of both its web and native mobile libraries, and a comfortable lead over its main rival Angular.

But 2016 was an equally impressive year for Vue. The release of its version 2 made a huge impression on the JavaScript community, attested to by the 25,000 extra Github stars it gained that year.

The scope of both React and Vue is undeniably similar: both are lightweight component-based libraries for building user interfaces that focus on the view layer only. Both can be used in a simple project, or be scaled up to a sophisticated app using cutting edge tooling.

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