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1001101112825341dI use Vue at work, so my opinion may be biased. But I've done some side projects with AngularJS, A8 and A9 as well as now with React. While I see why I should choose Angular over Vue in some cases, the only 2 things speaking for React are the community (and the more popular Vue gets, the shallower the margin) and available jobs if I were on the market.
vintprox2444341dI find Vue rather friendly for open source projects. It's that case when I can care less about market and not to hesitate transferring source code, because of near-to-zero learning threshold present.
Xoka997341dI worked in Angular, React and Vue but I like React more than Angular/Vue. I just think, React is more friendly to the new comers. Like: in Vue, there are some stuffs like v-if, v-for, v-blah-blah etc, and so many things you will need to learn just to have a grasp of it, but in React, you just start with your HTML/JS knowledge. That for me(Someone who is so lazy), is a big reason to love React.