Angular is the “all-in-one” framework because of its ability to create scalable applications using a complete set of features and is thus popular with developers. Angular is primarily maintained by Google for updates and the latest versions. Angular needs minimal coding because it’s based in Typescript, making it a great choice for apps that need an interactive client-side development. Angular also has data-binding, which improves testing and simplifies development by using two-way data-binding and identification of controls. The downside, however, is that Angular is complex and a developer must be an expert in it in order to be efficient. Also, Angular is not SEO-friendly.
Vue is the ideal choice for exciting user interfaces and dynamic single-page apps. Launched in 2013, Vue integrates with other libraries and also reuses existing projects. Vue has a simple syntax and a coding style that’s similar to, but better than, Angular. Developers like using Vue for apps that demand constant and/ or real-time updates. But even though Vue has good documentation, the developer community is largely based in Asia which makes it hard to get English-friendly developer support. Also, while it’s great that Vue is so flexible, the same flexibility can result in erroneous code, inconsistencies and hence development delays.