Front-end development has evolved rapidly over the past. We have seen many frameworks come into the Front end development domain. Since the release of Vue 2, many institutions have come to adopt Vuejs as their primary framework. It has gained everyone’s attention in a very short span. Talking about the history of Vue 2, it was developed by Evan You as a light and fast framework while he was working for Google.
Vue 3 has been the talk of the town for a while now. The alpha version of Vue 3 has been released and can be used with the existing Vue 2 as a plugin. The main focus of the development team has been making the framework faster and reorganizing the structure to reduce the number of lines a developer has to write. The underlying idea behind Vue 3 is to let developers focus on developing business logic rather than code structure organization.
In this article we will focus on the salient features of Vue 3 that leads to better performance and code organization.