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The Device Manager uses the Vue.js framework for building the user interface.

Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework that is ideal for building user interfaces and single-page device management applications.

One of the core features of Vue.js is its reactive data binding system, which ensures that the user interface updates automatically and efficiently in response to data changes. This reactivity makes it easier to develop dynamic device management applications where the content changes based on device state, user interactions or other factors without requiring manual DOM updates.

Vue.js also emphasizes a component-based architecture, where the application is built using small, reusable components. Each component in Vue has its own HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, allowing for more organized and maintainable codebases. This component-based approach facilitates the development of complex applications by breaking them down into smaller, manageable pieces.

Moreover, Vue.js offers a variety of tools and supporting libraries for advanced application needs, including Vue Router for page routing, and Vite build tool for project tooling. These tools are designed to work seamlessly with Vue, enabling developers to build robust, high-performance web applications.

Overall, Vue.js stands out for its ease of use, flexibility, and efficient data handling capabilities, making it a favorite among web developers for both small and large projects.

VueJS Documentation