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Easiest framework for building websites

Hi,

have a question actually I would need an advice about the easiest framework to build websites. So I have knowledge of HTML and CSS (I am still beginner at these two fields), but don't have, for now, knowledge of JS.

Thanks for any advice

1 Answer

Dane Parchment
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Dane Parchment
Treehouse Moderator 10,725 Points

There is no: "Easiest framework" all web frameworks have their strengths and weaknesses, some are easier to jump into than others and so have an easier barrier of entry but that's about it.

For you right now, I wouldn't be worried about web frameworks right now if you have no javascript knowledge, pretty much all web frameworks require decent javascript experience. So get comfortable with it, before jumping into frameworks like Angular. Or Libraries like React.

Hello,

thank you for your answer. I wasn't sure so I rather asked. Hmmm...I suppose than, first I need to learn JS and then I can jump into web frameworks which you have mentioned.