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If you are a beginner in the programming world, have a look at this book. And a year later after learning them, Webpack started gaining ground, and I had to learn that too. As you can imagine, a big part of me was pretty disappointed with how quickly some of my knowledge became obsolete.
It also helped me understand how ReactJS gained so much popularity, as well as what kind of future awaited.
I soon found out this was a winning combination with web development since things over here change really, really fast, with new frameworks and libraries constantly emerging. On the flip side of the coin, the other thing that helped me a ton — and something I found out quite recently actually — was understanding what not to learn. This became critical to my process of becoming a better web developer. Then you can move on. This can be hard at first, but thankfully great places like Stack Overflow, Medium and Reddit exist where you can find useful discussions between frameworks, and figure out which ones fit your specific use cases the best.
The two biggest players right now are: Browserify : lets you require modules in the browser by bundling up all of your dependencies. Webpack : basically Browserify on steroids. Harder to configure and set up.
Just be aware that webpack is the future, and what bigger projects are starting to use. Once you got that out of the way, continue with Egghead. You can follow up with the official ReactJS documentation which is very well made and will allow you to fully master it. Most courses on Redux are a bit complex in my opinion, but CSS Tricks Leveling Up with React: Redux does score a great balance between simplicity and being informative at getting started with Redux.
Looking back on my mistakes and what I learned I made a lot of mistakes in my 2 years of learning web development.
This is because everyone loves to complain how their last place had one of the worst, ugliest code base in the world. How their code ended up so clean and well made they were proud of it?
Strive to make variable and function names understandable in English, even if you have to write a bit more. Not doing so will only lead to you having to manually document it sometime in the future to make it clearer. This will also cause your overall codebase to become harder to understand by new developers and yourself.
Yes, yourself. Why yourself? This is because in my experience, I found jQuery did me more harm than good at first. Some of you may not agree, but please let me explain: When I first learned it, the general idea I understood was that jQuery was everywhere and that you could use it for pretty much everything. Because of this, I got used to using jQuery for pretty much anything, and for any problem I encountered, I looked for a solution for it that used jQuery.
The problem was that my entire way of thinking and all the solutions to common problems I knew up until that point required jQuery to work. Using jQuery made me useless without it, and made me completely ignore the native methods and solutions that have always existed.