Vue 3 introduces some compelling new features, but also many breaking changes. The question is, how do you get there? Fortunately, the Vue.js team has recently released the Migration Build, which makes it possible (and easy) to make a smooth transition from v2 to v3.
For web development, when all other considerations are equal, we recommend choosing Vue.
High quality documentation leads to better results – less time is spent wrestling with the framework or head-scratching about why something is working the way it is, and more time is spent making your project its best.
The Vue documentation is well written, comprehensive, and instructive. In addition to a Guide which introduces the various concepts of Vue with helpful examples, looking under the hood is encouraged and supported via a full documentation of the API.
Vue then goes the extra mile by providing a style guide which, for an organization which already has an established style guide, is most useful in illuminating certain potential pitfalls when working with Vue, as well as providing some simple examples and recipes. (more…)