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Personally I don't think Vue's API is that big. Most of the bread and butter stuff are learned in an afternoon.

IMO the argument that React's API is really small is a fallacy since React is but a small piece in your project. You get nowhere without a router, local and global state management, transitions, etc.

The other factor to consider after the learning curve is productivity. Vue has a pragmatic nature and in my personal experience I can get the job done faster.

I think React is idealistic.


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