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Cannot talk much about JS...
But regarding your statement about frameworks.... You should learn about the insides of frameworks.
If you don't understand everything, that's fine.... Noone does. Not even the inventors / creator of the framework.
The value of a programmer lies in his thirst for knowledge...
Especially since things are constantly changing - when fixating on one thing, you'll lose your broader perspective.
My opinion... And looking at JS, there's a whole fun town of stuff to discover that does not have anything to do directly with JS. ;)
molaram21887di wonder why everyone says vue sucks doggy balls.
it kinda sorta fits in a rather interesting way somewhere between angular and react
"google provides the strongesr support abd makes sure its apis work"..
DBMS (MySQL / PostGRES)
Networking / Replication in general
Administrative stuff (Kernel tuning, deployment, blahblah)
PHP / Python / Java / C# / Bash
Time with Pure JS / HTML / CSS was short, still know stuff, but most of it is forgotten (which is a good thing)
And basically anything and everything that's necessary.