As you increase your knowledge, you learn where the "fads" will actually settle. (Not that you can't be surprised, and you should definitely make sure your assumptions pan out.) I ran into this recently when I was writing up a blurb about a site I'd just converted to Vue. Sure, it worked great for that application, but I could think of several areas where a SPA isn't the right fit.
You hit on the biggest tech issue most people don't consciously realize - we work in an ever-changing field, and there's never really a point where you've "got it" and can stop learning. I started my career as a COBOL programmer - and, yes, 3 days ago, pushed my first Vue app into production. The only way you can coast is downhill. :)
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