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freeCodeCamp.org 10h
StackOverflow is super helpful, but can also be super overwhelming. So if you're searching around for help with Angular bugs, check out these 48 answers on StackOverflow to the most popular Angular questions.
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freeCodeCamp.org 11h
Have you checked out this great resource yet? If not, have a look at 's breakdown of the 2019 Web Developer Roadmap - A Visual Guide to Becoming a Front End, Back End, or DevOps Developer
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freeCodeCamp.org 14h
Want to learn how to implement clean, maintainable RESTful APIs? Then this awesome guide on how to build RESTful APIs with Core is for you.
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freeCodeCamp.org 14h
Check out this helpful tutorial - it shows you how to access the DOM in Angular 8 using ViewChild and ViewChildren. By
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freeCodeCamp.org 15h
Animations delight users, so why not include a few of them in your next project? In this article, shows you how to build a reusable animation component using React Hooks.
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freeCodeCamp.org 16h
In the Elm programming language, scalability is sometimes tricky, especially when it comes to views. But makes a case for scaling Elm views with master view types - learn how and why in this helpful article.
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freeCodeCamp.org 17h
Here are the most popular ways to make an HTTP request in JavaScript
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freeCodeCamp.org 18h
Putting something in the middle of the page sounds easy - right? But there are a number of ways to do it, and it can be tricky. This article shows you how to center things with style in CSS.
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freeCodeCamp.org 19h
Check out this great video tutorial - you'll learn how to create a social media app from scratch using React, Firebase, Redux, and Express.
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freeCodeCamp.org 20h
If Git is still a bit of a mystery to you, check out this beginner tutorial by . It covers all the basics, goes over common commands, and will help you get started.
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freeCodeCamp.org 22h
What does it take to get that first web dev job? Hint: It's not all technical skills and algorithm practice. Check out these 6 things you should keep in mind when trying to get a web development job, by
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freeCodeCamp.org 23h
It takes a lot of work to become a full-stack developer. But what exactly do you need to do? In this article, you'll learn where you need to focus and how to achieve that goal of being able to call yourself full-stack.
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
If you want a fun and useful project to build, check this out: 📅 How to build a calendar with CSS Grid, by
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
No matter where you are in your learning process, this article will help you get a grip on - so check it out: explained in 4 levels of difficulty: from kid to functional programmer, by
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
How do you learn best? Do you know? Sometimes you have to try out different methods to find out. 📕💻🏫 This article by contains some helpful advice for beating the technology learning curve monster and figuring out the best way forward.
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
Visual Studio Code is a super popular code editor - but there are so many things you can do with it. Let guide you through his personal favorite VS Code extensions so you can up your game.
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
If you're a fan of TypeScript - or want to learn it - check out this definitive TypeScript handbook.
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
Want to learn how to use GraphQL with Laravel and Vue.js? Check out this fun video tutorial from - you'll learn the tech and build a book recommendation app (5 hour watch)
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
Calling all coders! If you want to: 📖Learn something new ↗️Level up your career 💻Explore new tech (all for free) then check out these 17 courses that still offer free certificates (and thanks to for gathering them together here).
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freeCodeCamp.org Jul 17
If you need an introduction to Linux server virtualization, don't miss this article by that covers the basics 👇
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