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  • Can I use a JS framework to make a website with no JS?

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  • BusinessMag

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    December 26, 2019 at 11:37 am

    Background I’d like to build a personal/portfolio website to complement my resume. The site will have minimal or no interactive content. I”m a college student with a good amount of experience with HTML and CSS, but less with JavaScript. I have never built a website with a JS framework. Vue and Svelte have caught my eye, and I’d like to learn at least one of these frameworks. Research Theoretically, I could build this website with just HTML and CSS. That’s what I’ve done in the past, and it works fine. Although there won’t be interactive content, I’m still interested in taking advantage of the component-paradigm that frameworks introduce (especially with styling). I’d like to add blog posts eventually, so I think a static site generator would be useful. Question Should I build my personal website with a JS framework? Even if it has minimal interactive content? What are the benefits/downsides of this approach? Is one framework best for this sort of thing? – by /hq/BadgerGrandpa – –

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