Basically Vue.js let one code in an highly reusable way, create components that one can use as “html-like tags” in your page, binding data, functions and other very useful properties to every component. It has quickly overtaken React.js and jQuery in terms of popularity and it doesn’t show signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Vue.js is truly descriptive , declarative rendering, as oppose to other frameworks/libraries. Vue.js provides a lot of fantastic features to work with DOM. Vue.js does not require webpack. Vue.js also reduces a ton of line of codes. Vue.js is really approachable and provides a little more structure on how to approach various things. Vue.js is also suitable for light-weight projects. It provides very different functionality though, namely structure and modularization. In fact, one can use JQuery and Vue.js together. Vue.js was 3rd most starred project in 2016 on GitHub. Vue is simpler, Vue.js is much easier to integrate into many frameworks like Laravel, Rails or even Django. Parsing, ajax, and data binding can be done with Vue.js. Vue is focusing on building some of the best actions in web UI development like components, declarative UI, hot-reloading, time-travel debugging and etc. Vue.js has a much less complicated learning curve in comparison with Angular 2.