Web Design and Development |OT| Pixel perfect is dead, long live responsive design

Dec 14, 2008
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Is vue.js worth learning? I want to replace my jquery frontend with more maintaniable vue.js code.

I use laravel for my projects and someone told me vue and laravel mix really well together...

please help
I know nothing about Vue.js and haven't really gotten into frameworks yet myself, but reddit and Medium tend to be better places to find answers to these things as this thread is pretty dead.

Doing a search for "site:reddit.com vue.js worth learning" brings up a number of threads: https://www.google.com/search?safe=...1.64.psy-ab..5.0.0....0.SYcXdC4aQGc&safe=high

Since you mentioned jQuery, this might be a good starting point for vue.js: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/vue...now-just-enough-jquery-to-get-by-eab5aa193d77

Just FYI, doing a Google search like "site:reddit.com [your question here]" (without the quotes), or "site:medium.freecodecamp.org [your question here]" etc. often brings up good articles/discussion on these things.
 
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All of the major frameworks allow you to do pretty similar things. Make a tiny app in each one of the big three, see what you like best and roll with it. Personally, I like angular the best, especially since it has typescript out of the box. React seems more popular in general, but you can find jobs with all three.