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#1 justawebuser   User is offline

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Laravel - React vs Vue

Posted 20 April 2020 - 12:19 AM

Which one should I pick as Laravel beginner?
And, it seems Laravel doesn't like Angular. Why?
I wanted to learn Vue but I'm worried that no big company is behind it.
And what if I want to make an android app with them?
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#2 Dormilich   User is offline

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Re: Laravel - React vs Vue

Posted 20 April 2020 - 12:32 AM

View Postjustawebuser, on 20 April 2020 - 09:19 AM, said:

I wanted to learn Vue but I'm worried that no big company is behind it.

I rather see that as an advantage.

View Postjustawebuser, on 20 April 2020 - 09:19 AM, said:

And what if I want to make an android app with them?

Why should that be a problem?
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#3 Ornstein   User is offline

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Re: Laravel - React vs Vue

Posted 20 April 2020 - 01:50 AM

Vue is plenty popular. Knowledge of and experience with Vue is also pretty much directly transferable to Angular - if that's really something you're worried about. It might help to imagine Vue as a lightweight Angular i.e. Angular without many of the bells and whistles (which for most small- to mid-sized projects, you won't need anyway).

In terms of React vs Vue... that's a bit more complicated. Vue might be the easiest to learn as a beginner. For making mobile apps specifically, React Native was becoming the new hotness last time I checked. Generally you'll get better performance from a React Native app than something like Cordova, but the latter is still (usually) viable.

Also, there are times when Vue will be the easiest choice between the two e.g. if you're using a premade/purchased HTML & CSS template - or if you're working with a designer who produces HTML and CSS for their designs, etc.

It might be worth clarifying here: React and React native are slightly different. It's not as easy to just drop HTML and CSS into a React Native app - and you probably lose some (not all) of the performance benefits by using a HTML/CSS renderer instead of the native UI.

Feel free to ask any followup questions or clarification of any of the above points, etc.
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Re: Laravel - React vs Vue

Posted 20 April 2020 - 04:23 AM

Just to throw in my tow cents although the guys above did a great job, it's more personal taste. React has a great amount of mobility in React Native, but Vue probably has the easier learning curve and is personally my favorite to work with. Laravel ships with scaffolding for both React and Vue, so you're free to pick what you like.

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