November 15th, 2017
- This graph was shared by Evan You which shows the enormous acceptance of this framework: – – Here are the milestones that Vue.js crossed this year: – – This growth of Vue.js has attracted many developers to switch from other established frameworks.
- The Angular team at Google has made a few significant changes to the framework in the past year.
- The major change that we experienced the past year was a complete revamp in Angular 2 from the first version.
- This is going to be a drastic change in the core algorithms of React just like Angular did while releasing its second version.
Before discussing the things to come in 2017, we’ll also take a look at the 2016 highlights for these three frameworks (or libraries, if you prefer) in case you have missed anything. Let’s start with Vue.js…
In 2014, hardly anyone knew about Vue.js. It was then considered a framework for the niche, however, now developers compare this to other established frameworks like Angular or React.
Also Read: Vue.js Is Good, But Is It Better Than Angular Or React?
The growth of Vue.js started in 2015 and it has grown exponentially in 2016. This graph was shared by Evan You which shows the enormous acceptance of this framework:
Here are the milestones that Vue.js crossed this year:
This growth of Vue.js has attracted many developers to switch from other established frameworks.
Thereafter, Evan You has also shared his plans for 2017, here is what you can expect:
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