Vue.js: Switch to components design
End of 2015: React is everywhere; the concept VirtualDOM is (finally) making talk about it; Stores architecture, Dispatchers and Flux are fighting for topicality; we talk about immuable, reactive, isomorphism… In his corner, a little project is slowly making his road, until it will reach the spotlights: Vue.js.
Vue.js is neither a frontend framework, neither a serie of patterns, neither a set of complex concepts. Vue.js, it is a layer of component design to define interfaces, and the least one can say is that it’s rudely well thought to facilitate your life. To cite its creator: ” […] for designer/developer hybrids like me, having a template makes it much easier to think visually about the design and CSS.” Vue.js will allow you to organize your interfaces properly, simply, under the form of modular component and easily reusable.
If you too you want to play with UI for adults, come, we can go together on this adventure to discover what this little agnostic library can do for you!