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Discussion on: 🌏 Roadmap to Full-Stack Development 🌏

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Kaiwalya Koparkar Author

React. If you learn to React js and you want to learn hybrid development you can switch use React native which s much similar.

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Emmanuele Durante

Thanks man!

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Aaron Reese

I like Vue. I especially like the progressive nature. You can start with just dropping the Vue script from a CDN and coding in your main file with no build steps. Basic concepts of the data object and transpiling, computed, methods and watchers us pretty easy to grasp. Moving to single file components, props and slots felt like a natural progression.
There are more jobs in React and Angular probably pays better but I find both take longer to develop in because there is more boilerplate and I just can't click with JSX. Vue is the spiritual successor to Angular.js which was most older Devs first experience of a front end framework. jQuery doesn't count...

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Kaiwalya Koparkar Author

Oh nice to hear that!