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Not sure I would tbh, I've been looking at Vue for the last 6 months as a replacement for Knockout and I still haven't bit the bullet, going to have to soon though because I need to give the frontend at work a good kicking and I have to pick something, thanks for the info on Polymer.



A lot really depends on your tastes, I didn't like react and I have to work with it daily. I like Polymer and what I saw in Vue docs, but at same time Vue is one man project really so that was the main reason I did not go with Vue - I might try it for my next project just for fun.

I think you should just do a tutorial in them and pick what fits your brain.

I understand DOM and elements so Polymer it was natural pick for me, also interoperability with other frameworks/libraries was important factor, they want to be the jquery of webcomponents basicly. I made my bet on a solution that is baked in inside the browser, since webcomponents are W3C standard, and polymer is really small (20kb), it won't suddenly stop working for me the same as jquery work for billions of people.




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