Vue & Nuxt web design for your frontend project
Vue.js the frontend technology
The days of simple HTML pages are long gone. Nowadays, there are many more demands on your website or web application. That's why our frontend developers at Code-on program with Vue.js and Nuxt.js.
We build our websites and web applications with Vue.js. Vue.js is a frontend web framework. Code-on has chosen to program websites and web applications mainly with Vue and Nuxt. Therefore your website can do more than when it is made in a more traditional way.
What is Frontend? What are Single Page Applications (SPA)?
This sounds complicated. Fortunately, our tools help with this setup. In fact, we do this with a Frontend Framework VUE.JS and its little brother NUXT.JS.
What are the benefits of Single Page Applications?
In addition to making it more interactive, this technology now allows us to make much more use of small web components that stand alone. Surely this makes maintenance and the creation of extensions easier in the long run.
The major frontend frameworks currently are React, Vue.js and Svelte, Angular. We have chosen VUE.js and its sibling Nuxt.js.
Why Vue and Nuxt?
Although React and Angular were earlier, Vue has some advantages for us. It's like React and Angular made a baby called Vue :-). Vue is fast and very popular among developers. Where React has a much harder learning curve, it also lacks a standard set of components. Vue on the other hand is a complete framework that is very easy to learn for the frontend web developer. And easy to learn means, it is also easier to maintain. On top of that, Vue is also the fastest framework. It has adopted all the good aspects of its predecessors.
What is nuxt.js? (Server side rendering)
Does web development cost more with Vue.js?
Yes and no. Developing with Vue is a different approach than with traditional websites and web applications. The cost actually depends very much on what you are going to do with it. If you do it as static as MPA websites, then obviously it doesn't have to cost more. However, the temptation is there to build much more. All those interactions on a page obviously cost programmers hours. It also means that more can go wrong and more testing needs to be done. But if you keep it as simple as the old MPA techniques, developing doesn't have to cost more. With the advantage that your application will be much faster and ready for the future...!