How does Vue work?
Event driven & reactive
The strength of Vue is its provision of reactive and composable view components. By this we mean: its ability to respond to events and trigger changes on the DOM instantaneously and its composable components that can be assembled and selected in any combination that you need and re-used however you need.
Points to consider:
- The trend for internet applications is to be event driven.
Vue’s reactive components allow for impressive event-driven apps. Vue couples well with Laravel handling all activity at the frontend. Less data requests are made to your Laravel application resulting in less taxed computer resources, UI changes that appear seamless and user experiences that are amazing.
- Frontend is where things happen.
Vue ensures users need never reload a page again, hereby ensuring users have a seamless experience.
- Complex frontend pages can be efficiently built.
- Vue has an incredibly small file size.
This makes it easy to include in projects without slowing things down too much.
- Vue has a relatively easier learning curve than some of the bigger frameworks.
Vue.js and Laravel - the preferred, powerful combination
The above points are just some of the reasons why Laravel developers prefer using Vue.js to create web application UI’s. Many app development companies are coupling Vue.js and Laravel, to create secure, scalable and feature-packed web applications.