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Ali Ahad
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How to become a self-taught professional Front-end Developer! (30 days).

How to become a self-taught professional Front-end Developer!

  1. Desire mindset.
  2. Time scheduling.
  3. Get an Idea about UX/UI design. ( https://youtu.be/c9Wg6Cb_YlU )
  4. Learn about How the web works in browser. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJHvdBlSxug)
  5. Learn Complete HTML and CSS. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3e-cpL7ofc&t=2692s ).
  6. Visit w3schools and read A to Z about HTML and CSS. It will sharp your brain to memorize HTML and CSS
  7. Build 5 projects with HTML and CSS. You can clone popular website's homepages like Google, Facebook, Twitter, showwcase, etc.
  8. you can visit dribbble and Behance to see other designs and learn about color and fonts.
  9. How the JavaScript engine works in browser. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLxNAw4CVTs )
  10. Learn JavaScript. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqaTKBU9TZk).
  11. Visit w3schools and read A to Z about JavaScript. It will sharp your brain to memorize about JavaScript.
  12. You have to choose one JavaScript framework/ library to make it easy in your life. but I will recommend to learn javascript concept for react. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m55PTVUrlnA ).
  13. Now your turn to learn React. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMknfKXIFA8&t=15s ).
  14. Now build some frontend projects. You can forgot about some HTML tag or CSS or Javascript callback. Don't worry, It's natural. From now you have to forget about tutorial hell and you have to be familiar with those technology's official documentation. For HTML and CSS I will recommend the MDN website.

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Congratulations. If you full fill in those steps. Remember practice makes a developer perfect. You have to practice again and again.

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