When it comes to JS options, anyone from the IT world would tell you that at this very moment it all boils down to Angular, React or Vue. These frameworks/libraries are developing very fast, due to their increased popularity and demands on the market. To be more specific, the statistics says that nowadays, employers are mostly searching for developers adept primarily at React, then Angular, and lastly Vue.
There are those who prefer Angular over React, and then there are those who do not like either of these saying that Vue is the best as it’s more intuitive than the first two choices.
Vue, on the other hand, is perfectly fit for creating highly adaptable user interfaces and sophisticated Single-page applications. Vue is the last framework to come out after React and Angular, but it’s gaining popularity fast. Being the most recent to come out, it can be said that Vue took the better things from both Angular and React. Companies that use Vue.js: Xiaomi, Alibaba, WizzAir, EuroNews, Grammarly, Gitlab and Laracasts, Adobe, Behance, Codeship, Reuters.
When it comes to Angular, React or Vue, these are frameworks used world-wide by a vast number of developers. Of course, some developers love React, some love Angular or Vue. Therefore, while there are pros and cons for using either of these, at the end of the day it is the nature of the project that will eventually make the final decision in most cases.
I work at Badin Soft and occupy the position of a Cheif Business Officer. I am proud to say that I have been with Badin Soft since the very beginnings. Having an MA in English language and literature has helped me greatly with Badin’s presence on the international market. I work on the position of CBO, and I also manage communication with the clients, work with development teams, and tackle various management and admin topics. I am very passionate about my job and Badin Soft, and feel happy to be working for a company which understand that it’s all about the people.