This framework is for complex feature-rich web applications and website. Among the top users are Blue Apron, Nordstrom, Kickstarter, LinkedIn, Netflix and many others. Moreover, it is very easy to learn, and there are plenty of tutorials and guides available online.
Ember.js was developed by SproutIt and later by Apple. If you work on multipage, navigational, long-term project, EmberJS is a right choice. It is a framework for those who have to focus on conventions rather than configurations. It holds very a robust routing framework. Some key users of Ember include Yahoo, Groupon, and ZenDesk.
Vue.js is a library for building web interfaces. Vuejs is easy, a minimal core with an incrementally adoptable stack that can handle apps of any scale. The Vue framework is designed from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable. This library has focused on the view layer only and is easy to pick up and integrate with other libraries. On the other hand, Vue is also perfectly capable of powering sophisticated Applications when used in combination with supporting libraries.
If your development team consist of HTML/CSS developers or freelance web developers, you may pick Vue. Vue is very easy to learn and has very good docs. The Vue 2.0 release came in the year 2016, and it has best of Ember, React and Angular frameworks. It is proved to be faster and leaner, comparing to React and Angular 2.0. Vue.js is good for the quick development of solutions. It can become a firm basis for high-end single page applications (SPAs).