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Discussion on: 10 Things Front-End Developers Should Learn in 2021

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Depends on where you are going. Personally I learned Angular before really getting into JS. Of course I was curious and took some courses afterwards, but you not necessarrily need much JS knowledge when developing with Angular. On the other hand when going with react for example I would definitly recommend having a good base in JS because React is much closer to Vanilla.