After this done, most of the beginners including me 😌 think that we're now WAB DEVLAPEORS.
Now that I somehow have managed to get some experience in WebDev. I wanted you to not go through the same pain. Here is a kind of right path for learning WebDev.
- HTML is the easiest of all, you can find awesome blogs anywhere on the internet for this.
- CSS (love-hate 😊) is a great tool if learned the right way. After learning the bare basics, immediately go for the layouts the grids, flex. These are the most important, I repeat go for the Layouts. And Done! 😍. Now CSS frameworks will be pieces of Cake.
Continuing with Js:
- Start with the usual variables, conditional statements, loops, etc.
- Then go for DOM-Manipulation, you'll be able to implement hell lot of cool stuff. Like, make the Legendary Snake Game or any animations. See mine here animations. I loved The Coding Train youtube channel. You can learn in-depth JS here following fun animation.
Now you are ready and you can go ahead and create a Portfolio website of your own, as a cool project, to showcase your learning. BTW here's mine https://ankiiitraj.github.io 😬.
Now comes the interesting part of creating a full-fledge Web-Application that will have servers and databases.
I will suggest going for the basics of Design-Patterns. I can not emphasize more on this. I have been going on circles for months figuring out why/what is this folder and files.
I finally read about MVC and things got clearer form there.
And that's it, now you're well equiped to learn any frameworks and libraries you will need, more efficiently.
Make cool applications and help making lives better.