Oliver RadunerI don‘t think the cause is all the frameworks and complexity with developing sophisticated web applications nowadays; but rather that so many advancedSee more and easy to use web services & apps „just work“ (which is nice), but thus make it much harder for younglings to digg into it from a more technical view point (engaging curiosity „how does this work behind the scenes?“ enabled especially if something is not working). I think the hurdle to want to know how things work rather than just accepting they are there and to use them as a consumer, is a higher bar today than it was 15-20 years ago. But once you grasp and develop that curiosity, I don‘t think starting with simple code writing (html, css, scripts, basic apps,...) will be that much of a hurdle.
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