React.js and Vue.js are both great frameworks. And Next.js and Nuxt.js even bring them to the next level, which helps us to create the application with less configuration and better maintainability.
React.js and Vue.js are both great frameworks. And Next.js and Nuxt.js even bring them to the next level, which helps us to create the application with less configuration and better maintainability. But if you have to switch between those to frameworks frequently. You might easily forget the syntax in another framework after diving into the other one. In this article, I summarize the basic syntax and scenarios for those frameworks and list then side by side. I hope this can help us catch up with the syntax as soon as possible.
In the last post, we have compared the syntax of React/Next.js and Vue/Nuxt.js. In this article, we are going to compare the syntax for the most famous routing library in both ecosystems — react-router and vue-router.
As we start learning new technologies we want to start building something or work on a simple project to get a better understanding of the technology.
Vue.js is a great framework but so is React. So why did I choose to go to Vue.js rather than React? In this video I discuss why I think Vue.js is the better option over React.
This Vue.JS Tutorial shows how to add Authentication and Authorization to your NuxtJS App and make it work with SSR