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What next after html,css,js ?

I had completed html5, CSS3 and JavaScript in sololearn. MY QUESTIONS 1). Now what should i do now? 2). Can i contribute in GitHub protects? 3). Am i eligible for hiring? 4). Name some projects that i can do with these languages? 5). What is vanilla JavaScript? 6). Still i can't confirm that I'm good at JavaScript, how to improve this skill in effective way? You can also post your personal suggestion....

11/28/2018 11:58:08 AM

Kat

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PHP & SQL I Recommend!

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i recommend sql and php

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Js frameworks OR php , sql 👍

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Daniel Dufek can you say me more about the third question that you mean (nothing in commercial world) what are other which are not commercial or anything else

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i suggest you start with a Javascript library or framework e.g Reactjs or Angular. after that you can move on to backend programming

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1) practice 2) sure 3) depends on the company and position 4) use the search feature as this is commonly asked and there are many threads to peruse for inspiration... you can also look through other people's projects in the Code Playground 5) vanilla Javascript (lower case v) is another way of saying pure Javascript (no libraries like jQuery)... Vanilla.js is this thing http://vanilla-js.com/ 6) practice Please split up your questions into separate threads in the future. Might be helpful to review: https://www.sololearn.com/Blog/38/8-simple-rules-to-get-help-from-the-community/ (Don't forget the link to the Community Guidelines toward the end of the article.)

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JS frameworks... Bootstrap.. Try Makin something great from whatever you have learnt!

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I suggest to you select one backend language. For example PHP , Python, Java ... Then you should learn database.

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Why so pessimistic? Find a client that's got a small business website and is tired of malformed WordPress templates and you've got yourself some business in handcrafting a website with vanilla technologies. 😊

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Janning⭐ thank you..!! Guidelines ? I had gone through gotcha

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Pablo Escobar ll Try to learn some framework such as jQuery, Angular Js etc. it makes your JavaScript easy. And try to invent something... like a website or game through JavaScript

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Practice practice And you can study 1.php 2.SQL 3.Reactjs or angular

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I recommend you to learn angular js, node js, jquery ➡ mySQL ➡ php Or You can go for C ➡ C++ ➡ java ➡ Python ➡ Ruby or pearl ( Your wish )

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1. sql stuff; php or j2ee (server side programming or databases) 2. sure you can. you always could 3. you always are 4. nothing in the commercial world. 5. i guess its plain javascript without any libraries or frameworks or whatever 6. you wont be good for a long time, better get used to it. maybe you should look for node. js.

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Well, html, css and js are very very basic. you wont find projects which only use these technologies, even in the non commercial world. you are able to build a webpage and thats pretty much it. you should ask yourself what your goals are and approach new technologies. that didnt answer anything, sry. ^^

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you have completed web develop part html css java script than you have start programming part c c++ c# then you have study tutorial part through solo-learn app data structure angular java script kotlin and many more

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ANSWERS 1)Now you should pratctise you're skills and see how well you understand JS,HTML and CSS. 2)IDK 3)IDK 4)Maybe do a simple game where you can move the character around, do a calculator, maybe a simple quiz and more.. 5)From what i've heard and known, Vanila JS is a cross-framework for building poverful JS applications 6)You can improve and test yourself by making codes,lots of codes!In fact do anything that you think of and just make lots of codes even if their simple or small! That's all of my answer's to you're question's(almost every question).For the sixth one i can just add that sence I started practiseing JS and doing everything i told you i've imroved way more then before(before i only knew how to make an alert and a variable and i also didn't understand JS like i do now even if i don't know much now, i'm improving every day🙂). I hope you will consider my answer's helpfull and good luck!

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Here is a link to beginner repos on Github that are inviting others to contribute: https://github.com/MunGell/awesome-for-beginners

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well first congratulations .. its not really easy learning anything new . from here i think you should further your knowledge in javascript by learning its libraries also try building template websites with the knowledge you have. being employed as a web designer or developer is not just about knowing the language or knowing how to code .. it fall more upon what new ways can u implement your code.

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I think that you should learn PHP and SQL, bootstrap and some JS frameworks