Welcome to this series about Vue.js, and thank you for joining! Before we get into writing code, let’s first take a look at what Vue.js actually is.
Although the core library is quite simple, Vue is also extremely powerful and can also be used to build advanced applications such as Single Page Applications (SPA) when combining the optional libraries. These libraries include routing for making Single Page Applications (SPA), a resource library for making HTTP requests, validator and form libraries, a ton of UI components, and more. There are a lot of third party libraries out there, supplied by a vibrant and growing community. Vue.js is becoming increasingly popular, especially starting from the last quarter of 2016. It is therefore definitely a technology that has come to stay, and the future looks very bright for Vue.js. This also means that it’s a safe bet for you to learn the framework.
Those were just some of the advantages of using Vue. Oh, and I almost forgot… Vue is extremely easy compared to other frameworks, so enough talking; let’s see just how easy it is to build our very first Vue application.