Vue Native vs Mobiscroll: What are the differences?
Developers describe Vue Native as "Build cross platform native mobile apps using Vue.js". Vue Native is a mobile framework to build truly native mobile app using Vue.js. Its is designed to connect React Native and Vue.js Vue Native is a wrapper around React Native APIs, which allows you to use Vue.js and compose rich mobile User Interface.. On the other hand, Mobiscroll is detailed as "A library of Touch UI Components created with a lot of attention to usability and performance". It is a UI library for progressive web-apps and hybrid development. Created with a lot of attention to usability and performance.
Vue Native and Mobiscroll can be primarily classified as "Cross-Platform Mobile Development" tools.
Some of the features offered by Vue Native are:
- Declarative rendering
- Two-way binding
- Goodness of Vue ecosystem
On the other hand, Mobiscroll provides the following key features:
- Text input fields
- Responsive grid layout
Vue Native and Mobiscroll are both open source tools. Vue Native with 6.4K GitHub stars and 229 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Mobiscroll with 1.42K GitHub stars and 449 GitHub forks.
I'm a huge fan of Vue.js and I'm pretty comfortable with it. I need to build a mobile app for my company and I was now wondering whether I could make use of VueJS with Vue Native instead of switching to React. I know Vue Native builds on top of RN. My question is whether I'd have as much freedom with Vue Native over RN and whether you feel like Vue Native is "production ready" or not. Not sure of which shortcomings I may find using Vue Native... Thanks a lot!!!
Vue Native is definitely production-ready in my experience. I've used both, have apps built with both in production right now, and both are fine technologies. As far as I can recall, there's nothing in RN that you can't do in VN. Given that, I would say go with "the devil you know".
That said, the one downside of VN over RN is that there are a lot more people using RN last I checked, so there are likely more resources readily available.