Vue.js history

When, Evan You, Vue.js creator ( http://evanyou.me/ ), was working at Google Creative Labs on one of the projects, they needed to fast prototype a rather big UI interface. Writing a lot of repeated HTML was clearly time- and resource-consuming, and that's why Evan started looking for some already existing tool for this purpose. To his surprise, he discovered that there was no tool, library, or framework that could fit exactly into the purpose of rapid prototyping! At that time, Angular was widely used, React.js was just starting, and frameworks such as Backbone.js were used for large-scale applications with MVC architecture. For the kind of project that needed something really flexible and lightweight just for quick UI prototyping, ...

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