Vue.js is an excellent front end library that focuses on the ViewModel and makes it easy to get up and running with single page apps. It’s heavily influenced by AngularJS, so using Vue feels quite natural if you come from an Angular background. One of the nice things about Vue is that you don’t have to worry about the overhead that can often come with setting up an Angular app, but you still get the tools to make awesome single page apps.
In this tutorial on Scotch.io, we’ll look at how to set up a basic application with Vue and also explore how we would go about setting up communication with a back end.
Quick note: I’m writing a book called Securing Angular Applications. It will teach you everything you need to know to about authentication, authorization, and security so you can properly lock down your Angular apps. Check it out if you’re interested :)