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Vue.js

Vue.js is an open-source, progressive JavaScript framework used to build user interfaces and single-page applications. Created by Evan You in 2014, Vue.js provides tools for routing, state management and maintaining a front-end framework while allowing you to write simple components and have them handle the rendering logic. This makes it easier to understand, develop and maintain compared with traditional frameworks such as Angular or React. It promotes reusability of code through its component-based architecture and also allows developers to extend HTML with directives that add dynamic behavior without having to write additional JavaScript. Vue has gained popularity among developers for its adaptability, scalability from small projects up to large-scale enterprise applications, high performance due to its virtual DOM system for updating the actual DOM elements efficiently, ease of integration with other libraries or existing projects (thanks in part to its detailed documentation) and strong community support through forums like Stack Overflow or Discord channels where people can share their ideas on improving this technology further making it a good choice when considering which tool might be best suited at hand within different scenarios one might face during project development lifecycle phases.

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