In our opinion, Vue.js is perfect for bigger companies – especially as it makes switching easy. They don't have to migrate everything to a new framework at once and can just start using Vue for encapsulated components and features. That takes a lot of stress out of this stack decision.
It seems like many enterprises agree with us! We see more and more (parts of) websites powered by Vue.js while browsing, and always get excited when the green "V" lights up in our dev tools.
We collected the ones you maybe didn't know about yet here! 🤸♀️
Nintendo is using Vue.js for various parts of their online presence. First, some versions of their regional websites in Europe (f.ex. Germany or France) are developed using Vue.js. The .com is still running on React, but we'll be on the lookout for a relaunch 😄
They also use it for (globally available) stand-alone parts like their My Nintendo network, where you can join their reward system.
A high-quality framework for high-quality products: Louis Vuitton's website is running on Vue.js & Nuxt!
Google's Career Platform, including their job board on careers.google.com is built with Vue.js!
Adobe is also using Vue.js for multiple projects. First and foremost their showcase platform for creative work, Behance, is developed with Vue.
But they also develop smaller projects like advertorials in newspapers with Vue – like the advertorial "Schrift Bewegt" ("Type Moves") for the german newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.
BMW USA built a car configurator with Vue.js. It lets you build the BMW of your dreams, showing you how it looks like in different colours, with different wheels or upholstery. It also walks you through choosing different feature packages according to your needs.
While there are parts of Namecheap's web services that are powered by React, there are also some running on Vue.js! Their landing page for their hosting services even uses both!
They have also built a free logo maker application completely with Vue.js.
Company review platform Trustpilot is completely powered by Vue.js 🤩
Upwork is using Vue.js for parts of their freelancer platform, like the overview of freelancers in specific categories – see f.ex. the web developer category!
Bilibili, the chinese video sharing platform is #madewithvuejs. In case you don't know bilibili, often referred to as "B station": It's mainly popular for watching and commenting videos together. So-called "bullet comments" by users are displayed above the video while you watch it, making it more of a community experience. A super interesting concept! The site is focused on anime, comics and games.
Apple used Vue.js for their tutorial website for the new SwiftUI. Now we're waiting for them to use it on apple.com as well, obviously 😄
As you can see, many enterprises are using Vue.js for small, encapsulated parts of their applications and websites. Maybe they use these projects as a test run for a stack decision, or they just use Vue.js so they can develop and deliver results faster – who knows?
In any case, they have discovered the advantages already, and we're convinced we'll be seeing a lot more of their Vue.js experiments in the future!