I am in the middle of it and I can’t believe it went soo smooth!
On that previous note, do you guys here recommend a supplemental course on responsive design? I want to work on building a clone of the OfferUp app, and I would need something to strengthen my knowledge on design skills and responsiveness
the idea is for you to build after you are done with YelpCamp on top of it, be it new functionality or use it as a template to clone it into another app, which is what I am doing.
I will use the YelpCamp to clone an OfferUp app.
I followed once Rob’s tutorials… all I can say it was… garbage. He doesn t even know programming enough for himself and he wants to teach others. He even struggled with html/css sometimes. All i saw was only bad practices.As a newbie you need to learn the right way to do things form the beginning otherwise u ll end up being a very bad developer. Stay away from Percival he s just an amateur.
i want to know which framework/ library is used in this course (angular/react), i thought that react would be easy for begineer?
if someone want to learn MERN then is it the right course to go because it already has node,mongodb and express.
None of the front-end frameworks are covered in Colt Steele’s “The Web Developer Bootcamp” course, although he does use Node.js, MongoDB, and Express in the YelpCamp project at the end of the course. React is only covered in Colt Steele’s follow-up course “The Advanced Web Developer Bootcamp”.
I’m currently taking The Advanced Web Developer Bootcamp but it’s not as good as the previous course, and would be hesitant to recommend it. If you want to learn React from a course on Udemy, I’d recommend either Andrew Mead’s or Maximilian Schwarzmüller’s (I’m doing Andrew Mead’s which is very good, and have heard good things about Schwarzmüller’s).
With your review,I would prefer Colt’s over Andrei’s…but do you think it is enough to learn whole web development and get a developer job…what other’s would you recommend…and how to integrate this course with fcc…Can you provide a path to learn as per your experience…I am new to this?
I have done the first half part of this course. I’m really like his teaching style.
However I find the backend part use node 4, seem already dated, so I just want to know should I go to find another course about node or just stick on it?
Sorry for my bad English.
Started this course last month. So far I am liking it. I’ve followed all the drills (and added some twist of my own). Currently working on the Score Keeper Project. I modified it so it plays Rock, Paper, Scissors. The finished (somewhat) code can be seen here and the Git repo for it can be found here