Third is the website of Jensimmons. Specifically, her https://labs.jensimmons.com/ It’s super off the charts if you want to learn layout and CSS and right now, especially CSS grid which is like the super hotness, you can learn how to do amazing things. She’s so stinking good, so smart and she’s a great teacher, Jen Simmons all the way.
Last one on the list is actually a fun little IOS app and it’s called grasshopper. It’s free to download and it’s kind of like Duo-lingo for code. It just kind of a simple little levels that you can kind of like run through and hit each one of those levels and then each day it’ll actually push notified, ask you one little question and ask if you can solve that puzzle.
So it’s kind of like a constant thing something, just to kind of keep your mind on development, which I think is Also maybe check out graphicproducts.com. next section is going to be:
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There’s a lot of amazing YouTubers out there that put out free content. And I watch these channels if I’m really looking for a specific tutorial on something and the first on the list, you gotta go with the man, and that’s
For Front-End Development they are going to be doing something right, the lead instructor there is name is Scott, I think to lynskey him and Wesbos actually have a podcast called syntax, you should check out for pretty fun podcast, but Scott zelanski in love Level Up Tut’s. He just has like this wealth of like content up on his channels or if there’s anything you want to learn. He most likely has a series on on that thing, not just one but like a series. Okay. Next up on the list is
These are things you’re going to use along your way as you’re learning first and foremost.
If you don’t have a CodePen account yet, gotta open up a CodePen account. Its free to do, there’s a bunch of paid. Lands. If you want to, you should Please support it because it’s an awesome tool to use. But the free planets rocket CodePen is basically a place where you can go code in the browser without having to set up any sort of develop an environment. It has pre-processing and JS coffeescript has all the kind of stuff. You might want to use as you level up your skills and all the basic stuff too. And it’s really easy to just create a new pen. You could share that pain. You know, let other people like for Kit. So, I think CodePen has an awesome thing. You must have it, Gotta Have It next up.
Doesn’t matter you’re doing front end development or back-end. You got to have a good text editor. If you’re going to do any of these things locally on your machine, I recommend either Atom or the VS code is a really, really good one, as well features that I love about these two text editors. Really can download both of them see which one you like most but things like, you know, Lee awesome themes and like syntax highlighting, great plugins. And extensions of also, you have like the terminal and GitHub like all built into it right there. So, it makes it really, really easy to use a code editor and actually code things out and she go. So I just recommend, you know, either one of those get started with those.
Okay. Last category on the list is help. I just called this category play. Places to go to get help. First and foremost, if you need help, you gotta go to
If you’ve ever had a question you can ask it there. But most likely that question has already been asked because you’re not that original and you’re not trying to create a program or develop something that’s that original either most likely. So, the answer is probably already been answered on stack Overflow. If you just Google Thing you’re gonna find most likely nine or ten lengths to a stack Overflow post where you can see the different answers there, my recommendation. When using stack Overflow is not just a copy but to try to understand I think that’s a really important thing. Next up, an amazing sight.
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