Hello there again, it’s your friend and yeah your main man, Godsend Joseph, I’m here again to resolve a problem, some many new developers ask themselves and some many of them ask me these questions and I always give them the straight forward answer they need to know, I don’t beat around the bush.
So the questions I get every day are a lot and that’s what gives me the motivation and more ideas on what to write about, I know I need to write articles every day, but I can't just write what you don’t need, as many of you may just look, at this article and be like, men this is too much the write-ups are too much and I can't read all this. This is why I make sure all my articles are not that much and I make sure I always go straight to the point.
But I went into the web development, because of the market like I say, and I have said in most of the articles I write, always look at what the market wants, don’t just learn what you like, or because of your friends are learning it. Ask yourself what do they use it for, what have they built with it and if they have gotten any job with what they are learning.
So what am I trying to say? Learn vanilla JS and make sure you get 80% good at it before doing or learning any JS Framework. This will make you understand a lot when going to a Framework.
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