Known as a framework for “ambitious” developers, Ember is known for its transparency, flexibility, and ability to create complex client-side applications. For developers who are willing to abide by the platform’s rigid best practices, its simplicity and flow of functionality make it easy to get an application up and running quickly. The “ember-cli” command line tool package adds several useful tools to assist developers. The Ember Inspector allows for easy inspection of Ember objects in the browser while developing and debugging problems.
Vue has a simpler learning curve when compared to the larger, more complex frameworks. Its small size makes it easy to incorporate into other languages or applications, and its documentation is accessible to both new developers and veterans. Vue also uses an HTML-based templating syntax, so components can be written quickly and simply.