One of the reasons for its success is its integration ability—engineers can fuse parts of the framework into other frameworks and libraries such as Django and WordPress. It also reduces the length of the development cycle and the overall amount of code through a wide selection of code snippets and automatic tracking of component dependencies.
Vue is frequently called a progressive framework because it is designed to be “increasingly adaptable” to the needs of its developers. This means that the framework starts with a minimal amount of features—engineers can add components into it until it meets their specific project needs. Programmers can also quickly integrate the framework within an app using a script tag.
My Nintendo is one of the most well-known web applications built with Vue. The website was built so that users could track and spend their reward points from the Nintendo ecosystem. The framework was chosen because it allowed for rapid development of the web application and came with the flexibility that Nintendo’s user design engineers craved.