React is significantly more popular than Vue; at the time of writing, according to SimilarTech, Vue is in use on 72,004 websites and is growing at 12% per month whereas, React is in use on 528,266 websites growing at 28.7% per month.
React uses third-party packages such as Redux for more advanced features like state management.
React also has a steeper learning curve owing to Vue’s more user-friendly and comprehensive documentation.
React is associated with React Native which is a leader in the mobile-react space whereas, Vue has many options to create mobile apps but no ‘leaders’.
Vue adopts some of the positive parts of the coding style in React which makes it more intuitive. For example, the virtual DOM, render functions, and JSX support.
Vue offers a lot of advanced functionality out of the box that React doesn’t. For example, Vuex for state management.
Both Vue and React have great CLI although React has better support for IDEs.
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