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Released in 2014 by taking inspiration from Angular to build a lightweight framework, Vue quickly became popular among app developers because of its simplified approach and high extensibility. Vue quickly became one of the most popular interactive libraries for building web interfaces.
NodeJS approach to app development is based upon the unique generic implementation of the framework with the addition of more code based upon the specific use case. It boosts performance and saves a lot of time by providing a bounty of tools, guidelines and suggested practices for the app developers.
Ionic is a great framework to build apps with a sophisticated look and feel. It is a great framework for delivering an interactive user interface. It always requires a native wrapper such as Cordova for running the app on specific mobile platforms. With the use of wrappers, Ionic utilized platform-specific device features like GPS, accelerometer, Camera, Flashlight, etc. Ionic is the ideal framework to build Progressive Web Apps (PWA) that can be run using a browser shell such as WebView in Android or UIWebView in iOS.
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