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Front-end developer path

Hi Forum, I'm not the first year in the field of web development, I learned a lot of things, html, php, css, sass, js, and several frameworks, but I want to learn further, what can you advise to study, and what you need to know front-end developer, that would be arranged for work? ---------------------------------- Maybe there are some frameworks, or cms. There may be theoretical skills, such as color theory or geometry. or something from css, for example flex, canvas, svg. ---------------------------------- Any advice is helpful

25th Jul 2018, 8:35 PM
Palahuta Oleksandr
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For a Front End position you would need to master Bootstrap 4, Sass/Scss, functional and object oriented programming with JavaScript, this includes advanced topics such as Promises, Async Await, Generators, closures, all about ES6 (classes, getters and setters, spread operator, destructuring, etc) and a Library like React or a Framework like Angular 😊👍
26th Jul 2018, 2:36 AM
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Man, I am following "The Web Developer RoadMap" https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap/blob/master/readme.md
26th Jul 2018, 1:46 AM
Luís Ângelo Rodrigues Jr.
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The program at Free Code Camp is pretty good. But I'd say you should dig into wordpress, as that's where the future lies for website development (for most clients.)
26th Jul 2018, 1:15 AM
Tony - avatar
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Learn very good in ES6, magic will happen.
27th Jul 2018, 6:31 AM
Calviղ - avatar
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The program at Free Code Camp is pretty good. But I'd say you should dig into wordpress, as that's where the future lies for website development (for most clients.) Anthony quick that the best answer for now. WordPress is dominating the web to cop with this present trend and be a complete and harmed(with knowledge) front front deveper you need to have an idea of it
28th Jul 2018, 4:27 PM
Johnson Hope Opeoluwa
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uzor uchenna you've chosen a great set of technologies, but if you're just starting out is best to focus on mastering JavaScript. PHP and Python are great programming languages for your backend, choose one of them after being fluent in JavaScript 😊
3rd Aug 2018, 10:46 PM
Pao - avatar
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Am quite new in coding, but before the year runs out, i want to be very good in html, html5, css, javascript, jquery, bootstrap and php
2nd Aug 2018, 9:56 PM
uzor uchenna
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angular, Vue are getting super popular these days for front end ppl, dig into them as well, makes ur work a lot faster. plus, u can try js itself in object oriented programming, extra to functional one, this provides u with a great deal of opportunities. as for frameworks, php offers laravel, yii, symphony, which are certainly not the full front, but understanding them makes back end developers work easier. hope it was helpful :-)
26th Jul 2018, 4:42 PM
Ikboljon Sobirov
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Санечка! Дружочек! Учеба учебой. копнул теории всего понемногу и вперед работать. а там уже кривая выведит, что нужно учить и знать в данный момент времени. ведь для этого мы тут в большинстве и собрались. Учиться, чтобы косить бабло.
26th Jul 2018, 4:48 PM
Adamski Dimitri
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please guys, should i learn python as part of my web development skills?
2nd Aug 2018, 9:58 PM
uzor uchenna
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u learnt a lot of things help me in finding the path of the file and print it on the screen of the selected file from the <input type="file"> in html form ...........plz
2nd Aug 2018, 12:14 PM
Mandeep singh
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