For all the self-taught geeks out there, here our content library with most of the learning materials we have produces throughout the years.
It makes sense to start learning by reading and watching videos about fundamentals and how things work.
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Curated list of small interactive and incremental exercises you can take to get better at any coding skill.
Curated section of projects to build while learning with simple instructions, videos, solutions and more.
Guides on different topics related to the technologies that we teach in our courses
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The upcoming material assumes that you have a good level of understanding of the following topics:
<h1>,<h2>,<h3>...), paragraphs (
<p>), ordered/unordered lists, etc. Think about how each of these tags changes the
look and feeland the behavior of your website. For example, what looks bigger, h1 or h2? Why use
<div>tag that inherently behaves as a "box" (which means that it has borders, with and height) and how to use
<div>to separate your content visually.
display: flex;CSS rule.
<div>be on the side of another? By applying
display: flex.to a common immediate parent.
#idselector? Because it's too specific, it goes against reusability.
#idselector? Never, we will use
let age = 2;
ageand want to know if it's bigger than 16:
(age > 16). This logical operation will be converted to
1(age > 16) == true
if(age>16) console.log("You can drive").
let ages = [2,23,45,67].
forloop like this:
for(let i=0; i<ages.length;i++) console.log("Age: "+i);. This code will print in the developer inspector all the ages inside the
.js. Other ways are discouraged 99% of the time.
That is it! You are good to go if you know 70% of these bullets. If not, we encourage you to dig for more information about each of these topics, read our lessons, practice some exercises again, and -maybe- even ask google or one of our mentors for great resources to learn more about it.