How to become a Front-End Developer: Part 1
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When I started my career as a web developer, a few years back, it was not so much of an easy start. There were very few learning platforms and fewer boot camps; But What was there and is still present, A community that believes in sharing knowledge and that's one reason the web community is growing every day and will keep on growing.
There are many courses free and paid available on the internet, I will share what worked best for me and also does not burn a hole in your pocket; also I am not a big fan of certifications, So it all will be more of hands-on
Let's get started then :
It's time you start building some functional websites. Get familiar with NodeJs and NPM modules. Start adding click events etc. on that Twitter clone you built. maybe start adding a JSON DB in your local. There are some NPM modules like json-server that can add a JSON dB in your local dev environment.
Keep building more and more websites. If you are not familiar with some concepts get to YouTube and learn, there is a lot of free content available.
You can pick a framework/library of your choice like Angular/React/Vue if you want to scale up. It's completely a personal choice, no one framework is best, learn what suits you. Start with the official documentation. I will cover more on this one in my next post in this series.
P.S.: The post is picked up from a series of tweets I made a few days back. Do Check it out :
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