re: Vue's Darkest Day VIEW POST

re: You don't need to rewrite any code if you don't want to - the new syntax is additive, and the old syntax will remain valid throughout Vue 3.0 and a...

Thoughtful post, but please please please no not a new framework! That would really mean fragmentation and the death of Vue, look at what happened with Angular (Angular isn't completely dead but it's being surpassed left and right by React and Vue).

Instead it's fine with me if the 'old' and 'new' syntax coexist for a long time to come, and people gradually adopt the new style how and when they want. This gradual adoption also means that the ecosystem and community can slowly adapt/evolve/migrate and the "old style" knowledge (SO and so on) does't become obsolete overnight (as was the case with Angular 1).

We shouldn't dramatize these changes - compare it to React, obviously the new proposal reminds me a lot of React Hooks. In the React world you see that new styles/APIs are being proposed and adopted without a lot of drama, why couldn't it be the same in the Vue world?

This new proposal does not mandate a "new Vue framework", please let's stay far from that.

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