4 Things to Keep in Mind While Learning Web Development as an Absolute Beginner

#2 Strengthen the foundations before jumping into frameworks and libraries.

Amisha Singh

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If you’ve decided to learn Web Development or have started with it already, congrats, you’re on the path to becoming one of the most sought-after professionals in the industry.

Every beginner starts their journey in web development by learning frontend, backend, and some tools which are important to build a web project. However, apart from knowing what to learn, it is important to know how to increase the return on the time you’ve invested in learning a skill.

So, before you move ahead towards becoming a web developer, here are a few things you must keep in mind to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of your learning process.

1. Utilize Quality Online Resources for Free instead of Paying for a Course

When you first decide to start learning a skill, it is tempting to enroll yourself in a course that promises to teach it to you from scratch in a month. However, in most cases, you can easily access much better online resources for free, given you invest some time into proper research of the same.

One of the best parts about the online software development community is that it believes in giving back to the community. Some great Youtube channels and blogs online provide excellent tutorials and project ideas on Web Development, all while costing nothing from your pocket.

This is why learning such skills has now become more accessible than ever, no matter what financial background you come for.

Some of the best online resources for Web Development are:

  • w3Schools: If you want to learn Web Development, you should definitely refer to w3schools as a beginner. While the tutorials may be outdated, it is a good resource to get a detailed Web Development Roadmap of what to learn and when to learn. It is also particularly useful if you want to learn a particular feature in-depth and try it out in the Code Editor alongside.
  • Traversy Media: My personal favorite…

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