“If the outcome the client wants is performance-related, C++ is the champ, because it handles memory without any intermediate system,” Slav said. “Java is very portable, but that strength comes from the fact that the JVM is a few levels removed from the underlying hardware and that Java is abstracted away from understanding which system it really runs on—something to keep in mind if you need specific platform control of hardware (drivers, video cards, etc.).”
“We’ve found that Vue isn’t a framework to use if you think you’ll have a lot of fresh new developers swapping in to take over writing and managing your app,” Aron told Fiverr. “When we’re working on a Vue-based project, we make sure our devs are in constant communication with one another so that the code remains comprehensible to everyone.”
Read Slav’s take on Java and C++ here.
And read Aron’s discussion about Angular and Vue here.