React vs. Vue: With Guests Cassidy Williams & Erik Hanchett

On this episode of if/else, host Mayuko Inoue explores a choice faced by many front-end developers: which JavaScript framework should you use?

There are many frameworks available, including Angular, Relay, Next, Aurelia, Svelte, Ember, Meteor, Knockout, Backbone, Node, and Polymer. But we’re going to focus on the two most popular ones: React and Vue.js.

Mayuko explains the history and philosophy behind these two frameworks, and you’ll hear from several developers about their experiences with React and Vue.

You’ll also meet Al. Al works at a small IoT firm, and is getting back into front-end development after a long hiatus. He has some experience with JavaScript, but wants to take advantage of the efficiency gains of a JavaScript framework. Al has heard about React and Vue, but he hasn’t committed to either option. To help him decide which one will work best for him, we’ve enlisted the help of two industry experts.

Cassidy Williams is an instructor and developer at React Training and the director of outreach at cKeys. Erik Hanchett is a senior software engineer at Cerity and the author of the book Vue.js In Action. He  is also co-host of the Self Taught or Not podcast.

Cassidy and Erik join Mayuko to discuss the guiding principles of each framework, along with their strengths and weaknesses. The idea is to give Al, or anyone else facing a similar decision, the information needed to make a solid choice.

Podden och tillhörande omslagsbild på den här sidan tillhör CTO.ai and Mayuko Inoue. Innehållet i podden är skapat av CTO.ai and Mayuko Inoue och inte av, eller tillsammans med, Poddtoppen.

Populärt på poddtoppen just nu