Here what you need to learn.
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You’ll study a little about the back end so you know what’s going on, but you’ll focus mostly on the front end because that’s what people are recruited for in the beginning and you’re limited on time.
Because you don’t have time to acquire a gentle introduction to free sites, this road plan will include several Udemy classes. You must immerse yourself in the entire program. I’m going to recommend a lot of Colt Steele’s classes because he’s an excellent teacher with a lot of useful Udemy content. I don’t know Colt and I certainly don’t get kickbacks for sending people his way.
For any of these classes, you shouldn’t have to spend more than $20. If you notice anything more costly, type “Udemy Coupon” into Google.
6 months is equal to 26 weeks. Let’s get started.
Complete Colt Steele’s Web Development Bootcamp in Weeks 1 through 8: Learn HTML, CSS, Node, and More at the Web Developer Bootcamp!
That concludes your tutorial on web building. Use the site W3 Schools as a reference if you get stuck (it’s helpful for beginners.) The Mozilla Developers Network (MDN) and Stack Overflow are two more excellent sites. You’ll grasp the fundamentals of full-stack web programming by the conclusion of the first two months. Don’t get too thrilled just yet; there’s still a long way to go.
Weeks 9-11: Advanced CSS: Flexbox, Grid, Animations, and More in Advanced CSS and Sass.
We return to the front end now, and you’ll learn a lot about CSS, including Grid, Animations, and more. Having some attractive websites in your portfolio might help you land a job.
UX and UI Design with Adobe XD: User Experience Design Essentials – Adobe XD UI UX Design, Weeks 12 – 15.
Web design is an art, and this is where you can study it. If you have to wait a while for your first web development job, these design abilities might enable you earn a decent living as a freelancer or contract worker.
Learn React: The Modern React Bootcamp (Week 16-20) (Hooks, Context, NextJS, Router).
You’ll want to learn React because it’s a contemporary front-end framework.
You’ll need to be able to answer whiteboard coding problems in order to pass a coding interview. This workshop will assist you in preparing. It’s not an easy subject to tackle, but if you’ve been training hard, you should be prepared.
If you can finish all 26 weeks of this course and all of these lectures, you will have my total respect. It’s very likely that one out of every 100 individuals could do it.
You’ll also be ready to start putting out your resume. It might take a while to land your first job. If that is the case, start doing some freelance work (try Upwork to get initial clients) and also work through this course on SQL: Build MySQL Databases Bootcamp (Beginner to Expert Course).
Remember to keep working on your tasks.
When you learn a skill as quickly as you intend, you don’t have time for it to settle in your mind.
You’ll need to put that skill to good use in order to speed up the procedure.
Create non-trivial projects that require you to use all you’ve learnt.
Create a wireframe in XD, a backend in Node and SQL, and a front-end in React.
Best of luck! to be How to Master Web Development!
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