When doing the portfolio and other web design projects, are we allowed to use frameworks? Or do we have to do it from scratch?
Hello and welcome to the freeCodeCamp community~!
Additionally, the projects are intended to be a cumulative review of your learning for that section - so ideally you’d write your projects with the skills you learned in that section.
All that being said, these are your projects. So long as the code you write is yours, the tests all pass, and you have a live version to submit, you are free to approach them however you wish.
for Responsive Web Design Projects ? you can use frameworks but the idea to learn vanilla html/css
Welcome to the forum!
I think the answer to this question solely depends on where you are at with you learning.
Some people come to FCC and have zero programming experience while others have varying levels of experience.
If you are complete beginner and this is your first project, then I would highly suggest building your first few projects with plain html and css instead of reaching for a library or framework first.
Like mentioned earlier, it is your project and you can build it however you want.
As long as the user stories pass, than build it the way you want to.
the description of the Responsive Web Development projects include:
there is no garantee that the tests will work if you use frameworks