Javascript Frameworks

Do I need to dig into JavaScript in order to understand His Frameworks

No, you don’t need to dig into JS to understand its frameworks. But knowning JS will make your learning process way more (like WAY MORE) easier and faster. Because in the procces of learning a JS framework you will have to learn JS anyway, to dig said framework.

Well, yes, it’s quite difficult to use a framework if you don’t understand the language it’s written in. You can use learning a framework as a way to learn JS, that’s feasible. Otherwise you’re likely to be just learning magic commands by rote. JS frameworks tend to be quite sparse, and let you build an application in multiple different ways, so not knowing JS means it’s likely that you’ll miss obvious ways to do things and that you’ll copy paste your way through any problems rather than understanding how to fix them.


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