Difference between React and Vue

React vs. Vue


Declarative, efficient, flexible, open-source JavaScript library. Open-source JavaScript library.
Used for building reusable UI components. Used for building reusable user interfaces and single-page applications.
Created by Jordan Walke, a software engineer at Facebook in 2011. Created by Evan You, a former employee of Google.
Released to the public on May 2013. Released first in February 2014.
Not a complete framework. More advanced framework must be looked for the use of third-party libraries. Higher customizability. Makes it easier to learn than Angular or React. The transition to Vue from Angular and React is an easy option.
Makes the learning of the core framework not so easy, as it differs based on the choices taken with additional functionality. The official documentation is well written and covers everything a developer needs to build a Vue app.
Preferred Language: JavaScript/JavaScript XML Preferred Language: HTML/JavaScript
Size = 100 kilobytes (approx.). Size = 60 kilobytes (approx.).
Slow performance in comparison. Fast performance in comparison.
Great flexibility to support third-party libraries. Limited flexibility as compared to React.
Uses JSX for writing JavaScript Expression which is similar to HTML code within the JavaScript expressions. Separates HTML, JS, and CSS as like web developers have been used to the web development scenario for years. Allows using JSX if preferred.
 Takes everything as Component. Each component has its own lifecycle methods. More intuitive take of the component lifecycle in comparison.
Supports one-way data binding. Supports both one-way and two-way data binding.
Great tooling support, uses third-party CLI tool (create-react-app). Limited tooling support in comparison. Vue CLI tool is similar to the create-react-app tool.
Excellent support for the major IDEs. Supports for major IDEs but not as good in comparison.
Current Version: React 16.8.6 released on March 27, 2019 Current Version: Vue 2.6.10 released on March 20, 2019.
Suitable for long term supports. Not suitable for long term support.


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