A framework is a library that structures each aspect and the level at which the application runs. Level means databases, models, controllers, views, networks and so on.
A good framework solves problems that an application may encounter – for that, it already has the necessary built-in solutions.
Since Vue only works at the “presentation level” and isn’t exploit for middleware and backend, it can easily integrate with other projects and libraries. Vue.js contains extensive functionality for the presentation layer and can be exploited to create powerful single-page web applications.
Vue is suitable for small projects that need to add a bit of reactivity, submit a form using AJAX, display values when entering user data, authorization, or other similar tasks. Vue easily scales and is well suited for large projects, so it is called a progressive framework.
- Angular 2.
React is a tool for creating user interfaces. Its main task is to provide the output of what can be seen on the web pages. React greatly facilitates the creation of interfaces by splitting each page into smaller fragments. We call these fragments and components.