Unfortunately, Vue.js mainly focuses on the application logic and not on its appearance. It is usually a good idea to use it in combination with a front-end UI framework to enrich the user interface.
In this article, we will analyze some of the most popular front-end frameworks currently available for Vue. We will compare their strengths and weaknesses to help to choose the most appropriate one, depending on the use cases.
If you want to create an application that follows the Material Design standard, Vuetify.js is probably the best choice.
Vuetify is a reusable semantic component framework for Vue.js that aims to provide clean, semantic and reusable components. It supports all the modern browsers and is compatible with Vue CLI-3. It also offers basic templates for Simple HTML, Webpack, NUXT, PWA, Electron, A La Carte, Apache Cordova. …
While developing a mobile app, you may find yourself in a position where you need to integrate a map into it. Choosing the right solution can not only enhance the user experience but also provides extra perks like revenue increase, product image improvement etc., depending on the target audience and the app scope.
There are many factors to consider for the best solution. For example:
As you probably already know, Onsen UI is based on AngularJS. Nevertheless, many of our users asked if it’s possible to use it with other frameworks, especially React. In this tutorial, we will show you how to develop a very simple Instagram app by using Onsen UI and React. We will create a simple gallery using React and Onsen UI!
Although the current stable version of Onsen UI is 1.3.11, we will be using the development version of Onsen UI 2.0. We are getting close to releasing the alpha version and it is already quite stable. …