Hello Developers !!! 🖥️
First of all sorry that I was not active for quite a few months and didn't write anything for you guys😔
There was a reason, I was so busy in learning React.js.🤓
You can read the Official Docs too. 😇
So, let's begin with the topic of what I want to share🧐
Basically today I want to share one thing from my learning journey of React.js and I think If anyone ask me to give some tips to be a better developer, this will be my only tip which I am going to give you all in few minutes.😲
Let's start from Day 1: when I decided to learn React.js I was so worried about where to learn from?? Everyone's learning psychology is different so in short, I decided to learn from Udemy!😵
I took a course of React.js and start learning, the course was of 42 hours of video tutorials😵, and honestly, I am just able to complete 10 hrs of tutorials in 5 months.🤭
After 2.5 months of learning from the course I felt dishearted😞, I feel like I am in tutorial hell now😰.
It's not the first time for me that I was stuck in a tutorial hell so I know how to come out of it😎.
I quit the course for 1 month and start to build my own project, instead of thinking about that I am not ready, I don't know enough React.js I just jump into it and guess what ??? In first few days of building my own project it feels like It's so hard to think in react but just after few days It feels like Its fun, I enjoyed It. 😇
The project gives me a ground to apply whatever I have learned in that 2.5 months about React.js and when I got stuck I write my query on Facebook groups, StackOverflow, or googled It.✍️
And now I came back to the course again and I feel satisfied that I know What I have learned and what I am going to learn.👨🎓
So the Advice in short: Build your own project with the knowledge you have just took the start, google it apply it, and get results.
I will share the course link and my project links soon in coming post.😀
That's all for today, thanks for reading my post and don't forget to follow me and also you can ask me anything in comments below, I am open to reply.🙋🏻♂️
Happy Coding !!!👨🏻💻
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