Hello everyone, I am back again to dev.to after almost a month. I have been giving interviews and after almost 45 interviews I realized that Node.js and Express.js and their projects on my resume won't let me land at a job.
So I want to start learning React
Though there are many things that come with it, and I'm unsure of the order in which I should proceed.
- React DOM,
and all the other things.
Also I will keep on creating my own ideas of web apps with it, but please suggest some OpenSource/Github projects that I should be looking forward to after learning it and have a grasp on the subject.
Also suggest on how to move towards React Native with it.
Please suggest/advice/guide some kinda pathways to learn this and be able to create commercial level web apps that really puts me in big league so that I can get a job and moreover I can solve more complex real life problems to put them on a website form to solve it
Current set of resources at my disposal
- Book - the Road to learn React
- Net Ninja's YouTube playlist
- Reactjs.org official documentation ( but I'm not sure how to start reading it, I have never read Node.js documentation that way )
You guys can see my current web apps live on heroku, I have posted all of them with my resume here in this twitter thread