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Rookie question: About JS Frameworks and Libraries, use'em all, or stick to one?

Rookie question: About JS Frameworks and Libraries, use'em all, or stick to one?

Rookie question: About JS Frameworks and Libraries, use'em all, or stick to one?

(OP)
Hi all,

I am just getting started with JS.
I am ok with HTML5 & CSS3. From time to time I make use of JQuery and Bootstrap, except I basically just integrate/adapt already made scripts into my HTML code.
I'm just a tad confused when it comes to Bootstrap, Angular, JQuery, etc.
Apart from pure JS, which of these frameworks/libraries should I focus my attention/time the most?

Thanks in advance,

JDL

RE: Rookie question: About JS Frameworks and Libraries, use'em all, or stick to one?

Think of a few problem and then try solving them with each of the frameworks. See which one you like best and stick to it. If you try learning something you loathe, it will never get in, however much time you spend on it. Learn the one you find interesting first. Once you have mastered that, then you can move on to the others or just not bother.

RE: Rookie question: About JS Frameworks and Libraries, use'em all, or stick to one?

(OP)
Very good.
Thank you xwb :)

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