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- January 12, 2019 at 6:54 pm #51949
JS can be learned as only a programming language like any other, but to truly make your knowledge of JS fruitful, you’d definitely need to understand how JS comes into play with the DOM. And for that, you need to know HTML and CSS. Its easier to learn JS if you know HTML and CSS
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