Every year we hear about which Javascript frameworks are going to be taking the web by storm, and this year is no different.

With the debate between the leading React and Angular 2 continuing to rumble on, there are other frameworks to consider such as Node, Vue, Meteor and Aurelia.

But what about Native Javascript?

In recent months I have seen some amazing developers struggling to get into new positions because they haven't worked with Angular or React.

Frameworks were created to make the job of coding complex Javascript quicker and easier, yet it feels as though hiring managers seem to forget this and overlook solid Developers because they lack commercial experience with Angular or React.

Surely if a Developer has strong Native Javascript experience they could pick up a new framework with relative ease?

Would be keen to hear the thoughts on both Developers and Hiring Managers on this!