Here we have listed the pros and cons of using Vue.js that will give you all the reasons to decide on whether or not to use Vue js.
Advantages of Vue.js
1. Small Size
The Vue.js framework uses HTML to render objects as well as a template system to facilitate its integration with existing applications. Compared to its competitors, Vue is a flexible framework, as it allows you to write templates at your own discretion using HTML, JSX or JS. As for its structure, the framework is similar to React and Angular. So it’s easy to switch from React or Angular to Vue.
Another advantage of Vue.js is the easy access to all its functions. Each segment of the framework performs its function, so the application can be quickly adapted and reconfigured to meet changing requirements.
Disadvantages of Vue.js
1. Lack Of Support
Vue.js is a new language which has become popular in a short span of time but is not supported by a large community of active programmers. Moreover, the team that has developed Vue.js is also small resulting into the limited support. We can say that having a closed community is a disadvantage of this framework. Technology is evolving in nature, let’s keep the finger-crossed.
2. Over Flexibility
In large projects where many developers are involved, the flexibility of Vue.js becomes an issue that can be sorted out if there is a large community present. There might be events when over-flexibility of Vue.js can lead to more errors and make the project over complicated.
3. Lack Of Plugins
Vue.js has much less plugins compared to Angular or React. This aspect is important to consider as developers can not fully rely on Vue because of the lack of commonly used plugins. To get help needed, developers must constantly switch to other languages.