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Discussion on: Do you make the same project with two or more frameworks/languages just to practice?

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Judith

I have done this a lot and still do it often. I use an online IDE. Like Stackblitz or Codepen and just hack away. I learn better and faster by doing - so this is my go to for testing out a framework. And when it doesn’t come out perfect I can hit delete or fork it and start again.

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Leonardo Teteo Author

That's a good idea. Didn't think about Stackblitz mainly because I generally practice more backend, making APIs, calling it, etc. But to practice some frontend it is a great.

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Judith

yes, agree totally. For an "instant backend" these work great for me. There are other go tos for more complex practice mechanisms like aws cloud9 (AWS free dev program really helps here). Here is a good list of IDEs that provide the backend for you: hongkiat.com/blog/cloud-ide-develo.... Thanks for the great topic!πŸ‘