Can standard JS libraries be used in Vue.js/React?

Without Vue/React I "developed" applications in Vanilla Javascript. There I used some libraries to reuse code from others. Take chart.js as an example: I used it to plot a chart in an election application.

Bootstrap, for example, has a package that is specific to Vue or React. What are the benefits of an specific "library" to the framework?

Applications that don’t have specific packages

Now, let’s see chart.js: out of my research I haven’t found a specific package to Vue.js. How can I use it if so? What about CSS wrappers like Primer and Fomantic-ui? Can I do the same thing as in static applications?

Sorry if this is confuse somehow. If necessary, please ask me for clarification in the comments.

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