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Discussion on: Which JavaScript frameworks are worth learning in 2021?

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Maureen T'O • Edited

Vue dev here! I agree with the low entry barrier of Vue. I love Vue because of its separation of concerns with the HTML, CSS, and JS. I found React a little "artificial" in its JSX but would be worthwhile to learn at some point. I haven't yet found a pain point for Vue.js yet and find it just what they say, "incrementally adoptable" 💚

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Katie Adams

Completely agree with what you've said here! Especially the point about separation of concerns. 😁

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terpinmd

Just pointing out that react is a UI library so jsx along side of javascript is fine. You can have services or hooks that don't have JSX in them.

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Katie Adams

JSX just might be a shock to the system, for those who've not encountered it before, that's all I meant. Never was against JSX as a concept :)

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Rémy 🤖

Not a shock at all, I was quite used to JSX for a long time before its release and that's why I hate it. Anyone heard of PHP?

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arvindsridharan

Thanks for your opinion about Vue. Currently I am solidifying my JavaScript basics. Will try Vue after a month.

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Katie Adams

Hey, that sounds great! Definitely get that core JavaScript knowledge down first. That'll serve you well no matter the framework. Good luck and have fun!

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arvindsridharan

Thanks