I'm assuming the "it" is Run BASIC? I'll tell you what it means to me, but I'm sure others will be more eloquent (and concise).
Run BASIC means I can use my prior experience with BASIC language and apply it to web pages. The usual PRINT, IF THEN ELSE, etc. works well with Run BASIC and makes sense to me when I program the web pages. I can follow the logic.
You can definitely create dynamic web pages using just the Run BASIC language. Have you experimented with the sample programs (projects) that come with the package?
That said, you don't have to learn those other languages in order to effectively use Run BASIC.
You might also copy and paste some of the programs over at the Run BASIC wiki site to learn more about Run BASIC's capabilities. Also, search this site for links to members' Run BASIC pages to see Run BASIC in action.
[b]Stefan[/b] - [a href=http://stefanpendl.runbasichosting.com/]Homepage[/a][br][br][b]Please give credit if you use code I post, no need to ask for permission.[/b][br][br]Run BASIC 1.01, Fire-/Waterfox (IE11, Edge), Windows 10 Professional x64, Intel Core i7-4710MQ 2.5GHz, 16GB RAM