Great post. I have to add another thumbs up for VueJs.
I chose to use it on our current work project due to how intuitive it was to learn and how it wouldn't mean the team having to wrap their heads around yet another way of doing things.
It's been such a natural framework to learn and as we've used it we've found that it's really facilitated with keeping code neatly organised.
Like others have commented it's also been a surprisingly joyful experience. I've found myself on a few occasions thinking it'll never handle this and low and behold, bang, it's all hooked together and just working. Brilliant!
I completely agree! So much fun :)
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