A Short interactive Introduction to Vue.js

April 12th, 2017 . 2 minutes read
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Vue.js is today’s fastest and effective performance provider. It was introduced in 2016 and It is a tough competitor to well-known Javascript frameworks ie Angular, React, Ember etc. It is proved to be faster and leaner comparing to React and Angular 2.0.

Vue.js is developed by taking out the effective and best features from all well known Javascript Frameworks. It has become a firm basis for high-end single page applications and beneficial solution to those cases when performance is put ahead of good code organization or app structure.

The advantage of Vue.js over Angular or React in terms of performance, ease of use and scalability:

• Best for native as well as web development.
• Overall memory allocation per MB in loading framework libraries in Vue.js is less compare to Angular 1.x and Angular 2.0.
• Directly manipulate DOM elements. ReactJS create virtual DOM and then manipulate it. Even after using actual DOM   Vue.js is faster.
• Vue.js is much simpler than Angular 1, both in terms of API and design. Learning enough to build non-trivial applications typically takes less than a day, which is not true for Angular 1.

OK, so we look out how we can set up it in our project.
First, install node.js in your system. It provides node package manager which helps to install Vue.js-
# latest stable

The Vue Instance
The entry point of every Vue application is created via an instance. The instance then configures the rest of the application and can drill into child members while your application scales up. This is how one would look like:
// Vue instance

OK so here el indicates that on which element it should be mounted on and it uses with prefix #

So here is the HTML portion

{{ message }}

Due to reactive binding we can display data here.

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Author: abhishek