Last Updated on September 8, 2021 by Josh
Because it is the most significant portion of the front-end stack, it is considerably better for web performance than many other frameworks and tools. Unlike HTML and CSS files, which are accessible immediately after downloading, vanilla JS code must be compiled and processed. As a result, the size of a 50kb js file has a considerably greater influence on web performance than the same size HTML and CSS files.
Easier Work with Frameworks
If a developer still prefers to utilize one of the other frameworks, working with them is more convenient. A lot of experience and knowledge is assumed in the documentation; understanding how all accessible tools function makes learning a lot easier.
Many beginners with minimal experience try to learn a framework, and it’s no surprise that they become stuck somewhere after a while and stop focusing on the fundamentals of Vanilla JS. However, when individuals feel more at ease, they begin learning frameworks again, and this time they are considerably more efficient.