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    Any web devs or people getting into web development?

  • Graphql gang

  • 603God

    Graphql gang

    I'm using GraphQL for my current side project.

  • React reigns supreme.

  • SBMike

    I'm using GraphQL for my current side project.

    You’ll never go back

    Apollo client gang with Apollo sever and react gang

  • Starting to learn React. It's a nice UI library. Basically a better version of Angular without the services lol

  • raz3r

    @​S
    Any web devs or people getting into web development?

    im trying

  • oogie

    im trying

    There's some great tutorials out there. Mozilla's Docs on basic HTML/CSS, Eloquent JS, and then there's tons of info on different frameworks like React, Vue, etc.

    You can do it

  • how do you get into web deving heard it makes good money and seems fun

  • oka SIMP SHIELD

    how do you get into web deving heard it makes good money and seems fun

    The best way to start out is with Mozilla's Web Dev docs, once you're done with the JavaScript portion of that site, I recommend learning JavaScript through Eloquent JS to learn some of the intricacies of JavaScript. After that, try building something in plain HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

    After you get a general workflow of how to make a site, you can start learning frameworks and libraries like React, Angular, Vue for the front end and Node, Django, Flask, etc for the backend.

    Make more websites and just explore new technologies for whatever use case you have

  • raz3r

    The best way to start out is with Mozilla's Web Dev docs, once you're done with the JavaScript portion of that site, I recommend learning JavaScript through Eloquent JS to learn some of the intricacies of JavaScript. After that, try building something in plain HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

    After you get a general workflow of how to make a site, you can start learning frameworks and libraries like React, Angular, Vue for the front end and Node, Django, Flask, etc for the backend.

    Make more websites and just explore new technologies for whatever use case you have

    thx will update

  • raz3r

    There's some great tutorials out there. Mozilla's Docs on basic HTML/CSS, Eloquent JS, and then there's tons of info on different frameworks like React, Vue, etc.

    You can do it

    thanks. i'm having problems with putting everything together into a project. i know a todolist is the go to but i'm even having trouble remembering simple things. then i feel i dont know enough and get caught up in tutorials again. ive probably went through the basics like 3x now.

    not sure if i should be focusing on making an app or just a website then?

  • oogie

    thanks. i'm having problems with putting everything together into a project. i know a todolist is the go to but i'm even having trouble remembering simple things. then i feel i dont know enough and get caught up in tutorials again. ive probably went through the basics like 3x now.

    not sure if i should be focusing on making an app or just a website then?

    Trello for the todolist alternative its perfect. I've been thinking the same about the differences between an app and an website as well.

  • Full stack boys.

    I just made a website that tracks all the rentable electric scooters in the DTLA area and displays them on a google map

  • oogie

    thanks. i'm having problems with putting everything together into a project. i know a todolist is the go to but i'm even having trouble remembering simple things. then i feel i dont know enough and get caught up in tutorials again. ive probably went through the basics like 3x now.

    not sure if i should be focusing on making an app or just a website then?

    If you want to do like an intro to Fullstack my USC professor tapes her lectures and posts like the HW and stuff. She's really good lol

  • If anyone wants to learn HTML/CSS/JS/SQL and want to feel like they are taking a college level course

    I would check out http://itpwebdev.com/fall-2019/itp-303-am/

  • United Airlines

    If anyone wants to learn HTML/CSS/JS/SQL and want to feel like they are taking a college level course

    I would check out http://itpwebdev.com/fall-2019/itp-303-am/

    were you about to make your own webapps and things after? it looks good though, thanks

  • oogie

    were you about to make your own webapps and things after? it looks good though, thanks

    Yeah fairly comfortable making my own stuff after taking that course. But I'm focusing on interviews currently

  • United Airlines

    Yeah fairly comfortable making my own stuff after taking that course. But I'm focusing on interviews currently

    good luck

  • United Airlines

    If anyone wants to learn HTML/CSS/JS/SQL and want to feel like they are taking a college level course

    I would check out http://itpwebdev.com/fall-2019/itp-303-am/

    Ay thanks for this btw

    Gonna make my way through it this month as a refresher

  • @​S

    i need help with my hw

  • yesss post more resources to learn

  • oka SIMP SHIELD

    how do you get into web deving heard it makes good money and seems fun

    My homie was making about 30k a year

    He did a coding bootcamp and got a 80k job offer like 2 months after finishing

    One of my boys from work doing a bootcamp in Atlanta rn and said he met a girl that got a 100k offer while still in the course

    Both had no prior formal experience. It's definitely doable. I been bullshitting for a minute smh I need to take the leap

  • normally hate webdev but i have to do some for my senior project and its not too bad

    had to set up an angular front end with node and I've been using charts.js & bootstrap this is kinda cool

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