Vue is a ‘progressive framework for building user applications’. It’s designed to be super flexible with the ability to either incorporate individual Vue libraries into other projects or powering complex projects entirely with Vue. So, meet Vue 3.0 for web development!
Five key changes coming in Vue 3.0:
- Speed (instead of checking if a template object is a component, Vue 3.0 will make the assumption that capitalization marks a component. This assumption takes out the guesswork and speeds up the rendering process)
- Size (the estimated size for 3.0 is roughly 10 kb gzipped)
- Maintainability (to make it more accessible for more users, Vue 3.0 will transition from Flow to TypeScript)
- Ease of Use (the new changes will give devs the ability to explicitly create reactive objects)
There are a few interesting things to discuss in Vue 3.0 that may make it more of a competitive alternative in the coming years that you can find here.
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