Vue updates with a rewritten template parser and a refactored reactivity system


Vue creator Evan You has announced the release of version 3.4 of Vue, the JavaScript framework for building user interfaces.

You mentioned that the release has “significant internal improvements,” like a redesigned template parser and a reorganized reactivity system. The revised template parser is two times faster for templates of all sizes. You stated, “Vue previously utilized a recursive descent parser that was dependent on a multitude of regular expressions and look-ahead searches.”

According to the creator, “The new parser uses a state-machine tokenizer based on the tokenizer in htmlparser2, which iterates through the entire template string only once.”

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