So after giving almost half-a-century of interviews in past eleven months, I have made this stable list of resources to go through. Currently, I got fired so looking for a new opportunity.
To prepare for front end developer role you should prepare well on following topics :
- Core JS - OOPS, ES6, Polyfills, Event Loop, Closures, Scope, Execution Contextalways lovely content from him
- CSS - Flexbox, CSS Grid
- React - Core React Internals (VDOM), Context API, Hooks, Redux, Redux Saga
- Any bundler e.g. Webpack
- Caching , HTTP2, Security in Web Apps
- Debounce, throttle, Promise, Async Await
I used to read most of the stuff from
Webpack docs are the best to start off with.
I guess one should deep dive into webpack config. There are so many optimizations that one can do just by tweaking a bit. Vendor libs caching, code splitting are two such things.
A fun and important resource
Keep modularity in mind while developing
for react.js questions github page :
This is more comprehensive for Front-End Developer Interview Questions :
Just like quickies in real life this one is exciting : https://30secondsofinterviews.org/
While giving all these interviews one thing surpriced me is that when I was relaxed and chilled I was able to perform better with less doubt on myself.
Sometimes I just did more data structures and algorithm challanages or some Polyfill question from one day before the interview and if that stuff would make me confuse than during the interview I was lacking self-confidence while giving the answer. Even though I knew I have faced that asked question in some previous interview. So on a personal not always stay healthy, fresh, clear and light minded before you go for it.
Please do share any exciting more fun resources that helps one learn easily.