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Super Useful CSS Resources
A collection of 70 hand-picked, web-based tools which are actually useful.
Each will generate pure CSS without the need for JS or any external libraries.
Building a minimal WASI polyfill for browsers
Ever wonder why React's setState doesn't update immediately?
DDD : Authentication and Authorisation, How to achieve?
Atul Joshi -
The Art of Debugging: Strategies and Techniques for Efficient Troubleshooting
Bhavin Moradiya -
Top comments (23)
I'd suggest you to pick up a particular feature of a web service you are using everyday and try to replicate it. It can be a front-end component or a part of the backend or a mix of both. With this approach you learn to work on features in isolation while solving a real world problem.
thank you ...
create a todo-list with local storage
Try to create a image gallary with different aspect-ratio of images with CSS grid
yaa i really doo this
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ahhh it soundsd good:)
An E-commerce website is great way to learn all the concepts. Just don't copy paste, use documentations and tutorials.
This depends on the knowledge you have. You could give more details of your experience at the moment.
ahh i satrted my learning in html and css after a weeks before
i know the basices of both and i really to learn a lot ...
thank you for asking
Create a video streaming app with front-end
ohhh its sounds good...
If you want to flex your front end skills and build something you can easily show off to people, I'd check out FrontendMentor! You get a lot of exposure to a real development workflow, like working from design files and having to devise a plan of attack to tackle the problem.
here is an awesome list of ideas:
Challange: Create a 'random' number generator that takes a start, end, and increment by number as input, and results in a random number that matches those constraints.
To make it easier, remove the increment by part.
I will assume that it is about front-end web development so one of the best ways to practice is to clone real-world websites such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook ... etc
Aren't that a middle-level project though? Personally, I couldn't have done that in 2019.
I agree with you if I was talking about a complete clone. However, I just recommended a front-end clone that includes HTML, CSS and some JS for one landing page of one of these websites. Mainly, I recommend creating a nice sidebar, navigation-bar, search-box, footer, page content and making use of some icons.
Build a page similar to link tree. It’ll be a good mix of languages and layout solutions
I did a very interesting challenge some weeks ago: iamtk.co/series/frontend-challenge...
Here's something completely different: dev.to/michi/reverse-engineering-f... :)