Do I need to know the DOM to react?

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Good evening, JS complete their education and plans next week to take react. As far as I know, the jets own environment(virtual home, rjsx, etc., etc.), do I need to know the native DOM ? Or "ecosystem" react has its own methods to access elements, etc., etc.?
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It should be understood that the react-DOM is based on the same normal browser DOM. React provides an abstraction to him, but in the end, you will work with the usual Dom'e ohms. And his knowledge of (at least) will allow you to understand the fundamental limitations of the platform. What you can do, what not, etc. In my opinion, should know at least a little work with a real DOM.

Plus there is a caveat: react was created to solve a problem. If you do not find a face, you probably will be more difficult to understand the reasons for the existence of react.
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Is the Cantor of the textbook the second part, it is called: Document, events, interfaces ( learn.javascript.ru )
If you do not know, react will go to work. Of course, about the 1st part of the course applies the same rule. Don't need to know everything "by heart", we must have the insight to ask the right questions in Google.
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I'll tell you more before you take on any framework, you need to know the JS yourself, because if you don't know how this works in JS, so would not understand and work framework, c jquery, this can still ride, but other frameworks without understanding JS is almost impossible to master
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