Vue.js is the Natural Path When Migrating from AngularJS

AngularJS was released in 2009 as a JavaScript framework to develop Single Page Applications amidst much excitement.

That excitement soon grew into frustration with no new version of AngularJS in sight. Developers were looking

elsewhere and Vue.js came up as the natural choice.

Migrate your app to Vue.js

AngularJS has Long Lost its Credibility Among Developer Communities

AngularJS was a framework of much developer’s interest but 10 years is a long period to make the developers wait for the next version. Persistent performance issues, complicated architecture, absence of new features, lack of resources, and a fading community were the last nails to the coffin.

No Upgrade Path

AngularJS will go out of support in 2019 along with your application built in the framework. With no official upgrade to look forward, you can either migrate the app or abandon it when time comes.


Your AngularJS applications after the end of the Long Term Support (LTS) will be exposed to security risks and vulnerabilities with no active developer community to fix those, and that.

Fading Developers’ Interest

End of support will make AngularJS developers to switch their career path to a newer technology as well and you will have a hard time finding a developer to maintain your applications in AngularJS.


The absence of server-side rendering means a web browser has to render JavaScript code. JavaScript is incomprehensible to search engines and they won’t put on their results.

Vue is the Best of AngularJS Alongside Great Replacements

Vue takes the best of AngularJS and replaces the worst with some great alternatives. Therefore, Vue has what you love about Angular plus some great features borrowed from other leading frameworks, including ReactJS.

Large Development Community

The success of an open-source project is decided by the size of the community and their commitment towards the project. Fortunately, Vue.js has all the indicators of a successful project.

Rich Ecosystem and Versatility

With a rich collection of libraries and set of tools facilitating development, Vue.js world has everything a developer needs, including Vuex for state management and vue-routing for routing.

Taking Cues from AngularJS

Vue.js’s syntaxs are quite similar to that of AngularJS. Take for an instance, while AngularJS has v-if, Vue.js has ng-if, which makes AngularJS to Vue.js migration more approachable.

Fastest Framework Around

Although not the fastest, Vue is faster than most JS frameworks and libraries around, including Angular (v2 and above) and React. For high performance single page applications, choose Vue.

Choose Vue.js for fastest single page applications

Vue.js is Among the Fastest Growing JavaScript Frameworks

A progressive JavaScript framework for develop interactive web interfaces, Vue.js offers many inbuilt features to develop powerful single page applications.

Virtual DOM

Extensive DOM manipulation is a known curse of JavaScript-centric web development. Fortunately, Vue.js addresses the issue by creating a replica of the actual DOM, making way for more responsive applications.

HTML Templates

Your developers can use existing HTML templates of the AngularJS application in Vue.js after little tweaks. They just need to modify the directives as per Vue.js standards and are good to go. Who says migrations are difficult?

Data Binding

Data-binding allows Vue.js developers to manipulate or assign values to HTML attributes, change the stylesheets, allocate classes and also bind directives. All in all, your AngularJS developers will right at home.

Computed Properties

Computed properties help listen to the changes in the User Interface (UI) elements and carry the necessary calculations with utmost precision. It also saves the Vue.js developers from additional coding.


Watchers track data changes for instance a new input value and developers don’t need to add surplus event trackers. Watchers make the code simple to maintain and fast to render, making your web apps more manageable.


Methods alter a component’s state in response to an event regardless the instance data is mutated or not. Methods take arguments and are devoid of any dependencies, giving your web app a faster way to reach your audience.

Vue.js has Quite Many Similarities to AngularJS for a Seamless Migration

Confused, Which the Right Path to Upgrade your AngularJS Application

Upgrade your AngularJS Application to the Latest version of Vue.js with TOPS

Long-term support for AngularJS will conclude in mid-2021, which will expose your AngularJS application to security threats and zero-day vulnerabilities, limit its community, and deprive it from modern features. TOPS has the adequate resources to make the necessary measures to upgrade your AngularJS application to the latest version of Vue.js. TOPS has a dual approach to the entire process of application upgradation.

Parallel Development

  • In parallel development, we try to create an exact replica of the AngularJS application in Vue.js. The process starts with our developers examining the app to determine what we can reuse and we have to write from scratch.
  • Once that is established, we communicate the deadline, cost, and other crucial detail of the project to you. Your AngularJS application will remain intact, unless the Vue.js application is ready for production.

Sequential Development

  • Sequential development is bit more challenging than parallel development. In this sort of development, we divide the application into many smaller modules representation one or more application features.
  • Then we enter in consecutive stages of sequential development, wherein our developers write a Vue.js code to replace the existing AngularJS module on the live application. It’s challenging because you’re replacing components of a moving car.

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