Thank you @worc
for explaining. Your description makes a lot of sense. I like the idea of writing super lean plain html/css/ vanilla js... but I would need to master JS first. Then would come the question of should I CSS functions or still use SASS? I don't want to be obsessed with rigour but I'm trying to understand what's a professional standard. I'm both studying to "pass the test", but also want to self-improve from what was a previously anti-technical, anti-framework, anti-rigour kind of artistic point of view.
correction: Makes a lot of sense for reusable components/features*, and large scale applications, which I should be gearing up to get used to
Yes. But this approach and mindset can be applied even on small website. Every html elememt and composite block is a "reusable component" by default.
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