Being worked with Vue.js in recent years, I was really satisfied with the speed and performance that it brings to my programming jobs. However, recently I came up with an opinion that it brings more cons than pros by introducing frameworks like this. To be simple, it causes the page to load more heavy libraries than before.
Using frameworks is an irreversible trend as it brings the advantage of easier programming. Using modern frameworks like Vue.js or react js just increased productivity by implementing functions that is more frequently used or introducing concepts like components, and it reduced the time that programmers have to use to search for a relevant function.
However, it is a chain that makes you load many more unnecessary libraries that you don't need.
Taking Vue.js as example, when you want to use the components, you might start by loading Vue itself, then if you find yourself hating the node.js thing, you will start by finding libraries like VueHttpLoader to load components. But that just increased libraries your site has to load everytime when visitors are visiting the page, causing performance degration.
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