I am new to PHP and am trying to learn to code "by hand". I see all the "cool kids" are using Laravel and Codeigniter etc. and I know even less about those than I do PHP.
I just wanted to know if I should continue to learn php from scratch like I am now or learn how to use a framework instead? I am thinking long term now for when I one day want to try get a job as a web developer. I don't want to go to an interview and they say no right away because I can't use a framework.
Frameworks are a good choice because they save you from reinvent the wheel, provide a tested and well-working code for a lot of common tasks and gives you the way to accomplish even complex tasks easily.
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