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Vue is pretty nice to use so far. Easier than I thought it would be.
Library wise, Vuetify is satisfying. Damn this looks pretty. Why did I not find this sooner?

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    It's basically Angular 1, but with your access to advanced capabilities locked out.
  • 1
    wait till you see Svelte. Reactivity baked in awwwwwe yiii
  • 1
    @AleCx04 svelte is greeeeat, but only if you're not looking for SSR, Sapper sucks. Also configuring typescript is a pain if you're using Sapper.
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    @SortOfTested was angular 1 bad?
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    @neeno
    Angular 1 wasn't bad, it just had some deficiencies that weren't easily solved. The angular team solved them with angular 2, vue avoided them by dropping features, choosing a less robust update model, etc.

    He and I worked at google around the same time period, though I never met him because I was in an engineering group and he was with creative labs. It's my opinion that his definition of "inspiration" is my definition of "disagreement fork." The creative lab people never saw a wheel they didn't want to reinvent, which to some degree was their job.

    Angular 2 became a different, better framework and toolchain learning the lessons of v1, vue polished the angular 1 paradigm.
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    @SortOfTested my god. as a midwit Im cursed with only being "halfway to glory", but blessed with just enough smarts to recognize and enjoy when someone has a whole standard deviation (or two) on me.

    when did you first realize you were smarter than the average bear?
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    Surplus is the best one available
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    Vue 3 with Vite is damn beautiful
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    @SortOfTested that's weird, I always assumed angular was shit because I saw so many people complaining about it, but from what it seems it might be even better than Vue. Since I enjoy Vue (quite a bit honestly) I might give angular a try...

    Also, who's "he"? OP?
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    @neeno
    He= Evan you
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    @Wisecrack
    I'm not, I'm just older.
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    What @ScriptCoded said! Am working on a content management system right now and it's such a pleasant developer experience 🤗
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    You might also want to check out Nuxt.js. It comes with a lot of pre-baked goods such as automatic page routing, page layouts, and global and page-wise <title>, <meta>, <link> and <script> tags (there's more, but I haven't gone into much depth yet). It's great for side projects or freelance projects where you don't want to spend a lot of time configuring commonly used or obvious settings (such as page routes or title/meta tags).
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    It's indeed great, especially when using Gridsome and Ionic Vue.
    Same goes for Quasar.
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