- Overall, the original claims about Vue’s performance still hold some value in this use case but there was clearly a lot of opportunity for optimisation – especially with React.
- Our first test suggested that Vue massively outperformed React, which was very sensational and unexpected, but was caused by running the tests in development mode.
- It should be stressed that Vue was also running in development mode, so both tests were equally afflicted.
- Considering how many improvements have been made as a result of the first post there is nothing to say there can be no further improvements.
- Note that the results of this first post have been invalidated by some unfortunate mistakes, but this should set the context for this post.
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For part one, please visit: https://engineering.footballradar.com/from-a-react-point-of-vue-comparing-reactjs-to-vuejs-for-dynamic-tabular-data/. Note that the results of this first post have been invalidated by some unfortunate mistakes, but this should set the context for this post.
“A fairer Vue of React”