Which backend are you planning to use for your next Vue.js project?
Often developers choose what they’re familiar with. If you’re primarily a Laravel developer, for example, I’ll bet Laravel will be first to your mind when planning a new project.
It makes sense to work with what you already know and enjoy. That said, each backend has its own strengths and weaknesses, and certain project requirements may better match one more so than others.
Your best bet is to get familiar with what’s available so you can make a well-informed choice. In this article, we’ll investigate the suitability of some of the most popular backend options for Vue apps:
The de facto choice for a Vue.js backend is Express.js, a microframework for Node.js.