Vue.js is great for both single page web applications and individual components integrated into other websites or web applications. We have worked on some great projects like a quoting application, calculators, ecommerce, information distribution, and a hardware device configuration tool, all built on Vue.js. On GitHub you can even check out the code for our fantasy basketball picker tool that we created using Vue.js and Vuex.
Why do we like to use Vue.js?
In our pursuit of Laravel knowledge we saw mentions of Vue.js, and after seeing some examples of how easy it was to work with we were intrigued. The Vue.js ecosystem makes sense for the types of projects our clients need solved and for the way we like to execute our development strategy. One of our favourite examples of Vue.js code is the https://vuejs.org/v2/examples/todomvc.html from the official Vue.js site.
What’s even possible with Vue.js?
At the heart, Vue.js is great at handling updates to what the viewer sees in the browser based on data sources, and Vue.js makes it very easy to watch for user clicks, filter data, and perform calculations. If you want to learn more about how reactivity works in Vue.js, then this guide will help: https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/reactivity.html. Modern web applications have to be fast, responsive, and easy to use if they want to be successful or effective. Vue.js is a great collection of tools that make this a reality.
Perhaps you need a complex calculator for a financial website or a cost savings estimator to help sell your service. Maybe your project calls for some bulk data entry tools with the functionality to fill a hundred rows with a pattern-based ID generator. Vue.js is fast, flexible, and very robust, and we would love to help figure out how it could benefit your company or organization.