I'm not too sure/remember when I took a look at both Forge and Fabric to see what I was up against with my basic Java skills and Fabric with the first few tutorials was very easy to understand while Forge I had no clue how to make things work after the beginning setup part and found it to have a much larger skill requirement (at least to me others may not have that experience).
That and I've heard that Forge documentation is very hard to find or the community can be hit and miss with help (whether older versions and telling you to move to newer ones or just asking simple questions of what to do, both from different people I've never experienced it myself so can only say second hand info from Fabric devs that moved to Fabric or others just wanting to get help with Forge).
While with Fabric they have it on their website https://fabricmc.net/develop/ and are willing to help via Discord in dev channels of the Fabric Discord, found their help to be good.
I'd say watch some tutorials to see what you can understand and go from there. If it seems to much go with Mcreator as an alternative.
Probably. Fabric and Forge are very different environments. I would assume in terms of skill maybe it's possible but Fabric is a lot more lightweight (so not as performance heavy and also you will use less code I'm pretty sure). Can only go off what I've heard though.
You could just take a look at both and see what suits what your after more in terms of accessibility to code and the features they each provide to bring your mod to life..
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