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Would You Use Vanilla JavaScript (No Framework) on a Project?

Recorded:
August 9, 2022
Released:
August 10, 2022
Modified:
August 10, 2022

Welcome back to the HTML All The Things Podcast your web development, web design, and small business headquarters. This week, Matt and Mike discussed whether vanilla JavaScript is viable on modern projects. Vanilla JavaScript is of course the language that the browser understands, but with the increasing complexity in many of today's web development projects, frameworks like React, Vue, and Svelte have seemingly taken over as the tools of choice for web developers. Should you use a framework, or should you use vanilla JavaScript?

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  • Introduction | 2:00
  • Why use a JavaScript Framework? | 11:40
  • Matt and Mike Discuss when and why they use/don't use frameworks | 36:00

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