Objective: Learn code by creating an Airbnb-like application (web and mobile) as fast as possible.
My stage: I am a front end dev, so I have knowledge in HTML, CSS, and some JS. So I know the basics of coding (variables, functions, etc). But I lack on the knowledge of what tech and languages should I study and use and how to combine them.
@Batman2 To be honest I’m not sure if this is serious. But anyway.
The progress begin with recognizing your situation. That you know some ‘basics’ of these language does not mean that you have a good domain of them. First of all Coding is based on problem solving , not in memorization.
Did you tried a first project, for example a responsible web design, or a survey form?
If you hardly know the basics, Why are you searching for very complex things?
If you really want to be a Front End, focus on the pillars, HTML, CSS, JS .
Back end: Python, PHP, Ruby, Net. , SQL, My SQL.
Any path: Git Github.
This is the most important! If you do not know how to integrate what you learned to something useful, you have not learned anything at all.
So, start from scratch, and by the moment let the 'advanced practical courses ’ to salespersons, you will learn a lot more in a structured curriculum rather than in a single ‘impacting’ project. Also in this forum and FCC curriculum, you will find plenty of interesting projects in which you can work.