When is it time to switch to frameworks from native JS?

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    Good day, friends and colleagues. I'm sitting here learning JS and asked myself this question, when is it time to switch to a frame from native JS? I studied the basics, es-6,7,8, working with the server and its requests + json and so on, practiced a lot, doing modals, authorization, cart, tabs, and even pagins like SliderCarousel and SlectList. All this took about 3 months. And now I want to switch to React JS, but I don't know if I have enough knowledge in the field of JS, I will be grateful for the answer
    JavaScript Anonymous, Oct 4, 2020

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    React is not some new language. If you feel that you want to study it, then you should not be driven, but just take and study
    Anonymous

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    Try it, react has documentation in Russian, there is a lot of interesting information that will help you understand where to start and how to use it correctly.



    https://reactjs.org/docs/getting-started.html
    Anonymous

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    It's high time, if you know what a map is, that's already enough))) I'm kidding about the map, of course, but you need to switch to the react, it is now in demand. I'll just give you advice right away, teach it on functions and hooks. Now everything is smoothly moving towards this, although there is someone who writes in classes, but with the help of functions, in my opinion, there is less code and is written faster
    Anonymous

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    You can switch to React without vanilla knowledge.

    And on frameworks like Angulyar or Vui - calmly
    Anonymous

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