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What should be the starting point?

 
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With myriad frameworks on the market and then there is so-called "know all
experts" with their own take on the top programming languages to learn in 2018,2019 ...
Invariably JavaScript tops the list, so for anyone to venture into the IT job market
What would you recommend as the starting point if they wanted to learn a frontend framework?

I strongly believe they should start with the pure vanilla Javascript such as yours ...
 
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definitely need to know javascript
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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