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From where I should learn front end development?

Sohail Badgjhisi
Hello,I am Sohail,a student of computer science from Afghanistan.its about 1 year that I started learning web developmen
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Hello, its about 1 year that I decided to learn web development (front end).
I learned HTML,CSS,Javascript,Bootstrap,Jquery in one year and focused on html and css and made lots of websites with html and css (a few Javascript). but after that time I was very confused to learn what? I learned (Javascript,DOM, small JS project) from Travesy media youtube channel. then after a time I started with Freecodecamp site and when I reached to ES6 part I felt that I don't know anything. and then started to learn from MDN. Know I am confused from where I must learn more javascript( I mean deep in more vanilla Javascript).

sorry about some grammatical mistake!

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giulianol24 profile image

Hey there! How is it going?
As you, I'm learning web dev since the last year, 1 year and three months, up to now.
I've started from scratch with HTML, CSS and JS, the basic. Then, I've started with some projects taken from YouTube and Codepen, amongst others.
In a moment of the learning process I found that I couldn't practice and make real projects by my own, as a freelancer for example.
During all the learning process I've faced this situation. So, I decided to start my own project for a e-commerce. Actually, the project was for my aunt. She was the only person that I knew whom needs a web page.
The deal was that I wouldn't be paid for the job, only for the hosting and domain if it were neccesary.
In conclusion, you should start with your own project, whathever the project is and with the frameworks you know. Just apply all the knowledge you've acquired and you'll see how to put it into practice. The secret of progress in web dev is practical. And bare in mind that maybe you won't be paid or enought paid for your job as a beginner.

I hope these words find you well!


savagepixie profile image

I felt that the JavaScript course on freecodecamp was prettt good.