- Easy To Learn – React’s simplicity in terms of syntax makes it a lot easy to learn for a developer who has good working knowledge of HTML. This is one of the main factors that bring React points ahead in the React vs Angular debate.
- React.js comes with high flexibility level and responsiveness.
- Virtual DOM allows arranging of the document in XHTML, HTML, and XML format in a tree from where it is acceptable by web browsers when parsing different element of web app.
- The lack of documentation continues to be the biggest drawback of React.js
- The learnability scale is on the higher side, meaning it takes time for a developer to understand the nuances of React.js.
- Heavy use of HTML – It means that Vue has a lot of similar features like Angular, which helps in optimizing HTML blocks handling with the help of different components.
- Detailed Documentation – The clarity and depthness of documentation of Vue, makes it easy for developers to understand the framework.
- Great Integration – Vue is used for the development of both single page and complex web interfaces of the apps.
- Large Scaling – Vue is very helpful when it comes to developing reusable templates which can be easily developed in no extra time.
- Less Resources – When it comes to the market share, Vue.js is a lot smaller than Angular or React, meaning that the knowledge sharing is in a beginning phase.
- Over Flexibility – There have been integration issues of framework in big projects, which becomes only more crucial as there is no possible solution.
- Absence of Complete English Documentation – A great portion of the Vue documentation is in Mandarin, which makes it difficult for developers to some extent.