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Ask HN: What framework/tools to use to build front end in 2023?
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Nov 2023
I'm for Vue/Nuxt. While reading React code is fine, I found it easy to shoot myself in the foot (causing circular effects or getting no reactivity) in a way Vue didn't. Vue feels more explicit. I like React's TSX for embedding HTML, but Vue's splitting of model and view appeals to me. I'm torn on that one.
Vue's ecosystem isn't as big, but it's an established framework. Both React and Vue feel easier to work with than Angular. RxJS is really cool, but also very comprehensive, making it difficult to keep the entire API in mind. At least for me, who only use it casually (used to use it more while at Google.) And on top of that, I have to know the Angular API. Angular used to be great for Material Design, but I nowadays there are MD packages for all systems.
Nuxt is for Vue what Next is for React: SSR and SSG. It adds auto-imports, which is nice. At this point, I see no reason to use Vue alone, since there's always something that can be pre-rendered. Perhaps the frontpage, or help pages. Since Vue itself provides entrypoints for SSR, Nuxt is more of a file-structure based router that just simplifies things. The documentation is a bit sparse on e.g. the difference between a plugin and a module, and I usually resort to navigating their source to understand things. That might not be everyone's cup of tea.
If what you're writing is a web app, there is also Quasar, built on top of Vue. Similar to Nuxt in that it ties in directory structure, build system and MVC framework. It is also a Material Design UI widget library. Their selling point is that you can build mobile apps, and web apps with the same library. I.e. like React Native. I felt it strays too far away from the core simplicity of Vue, unlike Nuxt, but it's no doubt a very capable framework.
Finally, I'm currently using PrimeVue as the UI widget/theming library on top of Vue. It's okay. :\ Switched to it when the Vue Bootstrap project decided to to support Vue 3 (or whatever the situation was.) I haven't come across anything that's actively broken or missing. The companion library PrimeFlex provides layout CSS. Annoyingly, they've decided to close GitHub FRs, and some (far from all) bugs, and just keep track of them internally. Makes it more dificult to communicate, but I don't know their reasoning behind it (they didn't respond when I asked.)
10 UI Libraries You Should Explore for Your Next Vue.js Project
7 projects | dev.to | 29 Oct 2023
3. Quasar Quasar is a versatile UI framework that allows you to build responsive websites, mobile apps, and desktop applications using a single codebase. It offers a wide range of components and utilities. Explore the Quasar website for more information.
An Overview of 25+ UI Component Libraries in 2023
40 projects | dev.to | 10 Sep 2023
Quasar: It does not consider itself a library, but more of a framework. That, in my eyes is a bit confusing as it is based on Vue, but the idea is that you can use it to create websites and apps, meaning it uses a CLI to generate different outputs for web, mobile, desktop, SPA (Single Page Apps), SSR (Server Side Rendering), and more.
Nuxt UI is one of the best UI libraries out there
2 projects | dev.to | 7 Sep 2023
What framework/library/language has the best docs you've ever seen?
2 projects | /r/webdev | 16 Jun 2023
Quasar - https://quasar.dev/ - makes getting into an opinionated Vue setup painless
What tools do you use to convert Vue.js SPA to mobile apps?
2 projects | /r/vuejs | 22 May 2023
Check out https://quasar.dev/ :)
[Python] NiceGUI: Lassen Sie jeden Browser das Frontend für Ihren Python-Code sein
9 projects | /r/aufdeutsch | 25 Apr 2023
NiceGUI runs on top of FastAPI which allows you to add authentication, routing, OpenAPI specs, and other backend functionality to your projects. The frontend is implemented using Vue, Quasar, and Tailwind, but you don’t need to be familiar with these technologies to create beautiful user interfaces. NiceGUI prioritizes simplicity and user-friendliness, while still offering the option for advanced customization through its extensibility.
Welche Programmiersprache(n) für plattformübergreifende App?
2 projects | /r/de_EDV | 27 Mar 2023
Mobile App Development for both iOS and Andriod
2 projects | /r/vuejs | 20 Mar 2023
Just use Quasar
Strong typing of a variable - Code Review
2 projects | /r/typescript | 16 Mar 2023
From a github discussion it looks like you'll want to use their generic QTableColumn<> type which will even give you type support for your row data.
What are some alternatives?
vuetify - 🐉 Vue Component Framework
primevue - Next Generation Vue UI Component Library
Nuxt.js - Nuxt is an intuitive and extendable way to create type-safe, performant and production-grade full-stack web apps and websites with Vue 3. [Moved to: https://github.com/nuxt/nuxt]
Flutter - Flutter makes it easy and fast to build beautiful apps for mobile and beyond
react-native - A framework for building native applications using React
element-plus - 🎉 A Vue.js 3 UI Library made by Element team
Tailwind CSS - A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.
SvelteKit - web development, streamlined
vite - Next generation frontend tooling. It's fast!
naive-ui - A Vue 3 Component Library. Fairly Complete. Theme Customizable. Uses TypeScript. Fast.
jsoneditor - A web-based tool to view, edit, format, and validate JSON