Vue is known for its scalability and can be used to build small to large-scale applications. It provides features like component-based architecture, state management, and routing out of the box. Marko is also scalable and can handle large applications, but it may require more manual configuration for advanced features.
Both Vue and Marko are designed to be performant. Vue uses a virtual DOM and has optimizations like lazy-loading components and asynchronous rendering. Marko, on the other hand, uses a streaming architecture that allows for faster rendering and better performance in certain scenarios.
Vue has a very intuitive and easy-to-understand API, making it beginner-friendly and providing a smooth developer experience. It also has a rich ecosystem with extensive documentation, a CLI tool, and a large number of community-contributed plugins. Marko also provides a good developer experience with a simple and declarative syntax, but its ecosystem is not as mature as Vue's.
Community and Support
Vue has a large and active community, which means there are plenty of resources, tutorials, and support available. It also has official support from the Vue team. Marko has a smaller community, but it still has active contributors and a support forum.