At what level ASP.NET MVC developer should know front-end?

The essence of the question in the title, but I would like to consider two options:
1) the team has full front-end developer;
2) the team is not a full-fledged front-end developer.
Also interested in what privileges will I receive dotnetiq in the 2nd version compared to the 1st (in terms of time allotted for the development and remuneration) and how justified the idea to put the developer with little experience (or none at all) for the full stack (had to see js frameworks vacancies for trainee/junior ASP.NET MVC developer)?
April 4th 20 at 14:03
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April 4th 20 at 14:05
Solution
ASP NET MVC ?
You may want to crawl on the net core ?

In net ASP NET MVC must at least know the basic skills of PSD to Bootstrap, or your front.
Plus how will you packing resources, tools Studio or just plug in bundle.
Typescript is highly desirable.

In the case of core you just give api, except of course complicated cases.
In General, learn the front, at least

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