State of Vue 2021

Recently, I had the opportunity to assist in the production of the Monterail's State of Vue report. As a Monterailian passionate about Vue, I reviewed the report before publication multiple times. Besides, I was asked to answer a few questions and share my opinions that were included in Chapter "Vue Experts on Using Vue" next to the very valuable views of other Vue experts: Damian Dulisz, Filip Rakowski, Natalia Tepluhina, Samuel Snopko, Tim Benniks, Tonina Zhelyazkova.

I also had a great pleasure to speak at VueJS Amsterdam and share some technical findings from our State of Vue report.

I'm very happy that we conducted a survey among people using Vue. It's great that we got feedback from so many people. Thanks to this, we had the opportunity to find out not only why they use Vue but also how they use it. As I said on VueJS Amsterdam conference: I always try to use every opportunity to get to know the way other developers work but there is rarely the opportunity to talk to hundreds of them at once.

Get the report

I highly recommend reading the report to anyone interested in Vue and how Vue fits into the entire frontend ecosystem.

State of Vue report by Monterail

VueJS Amsterdam presentation

If you are curious what interesting can be found in the report in our opinion, watch our presentation from VueJS Amsterdam. We had a slot right after Evan's State of Vuenion – if you haven't seen this presentation, be sure to check it out too! 🔥