The books are amazing and offer a lot of value but the fact that I know that I’ll be reading instead of coding a specific project leads me to procrastinate and do a lot of stuff rather than studying - and don’t get me wrong, I love books.
Don’t stop coding to read! Books are great, but if you’re no longer working on projects so that you can read, they’re probably doing more harm than good.
I hear ya. It’s sort of this weird dissociation between what you’re learning and actually using what you’re learning to do something. If it’s a matter of needing projects or challenges I can recommend a few places:
I’ve been personally working my way through Codewars (specifically using JS as my chosen language) but it’s great for honing your skills and forcing yourself to problem solve and seek information outside of just what’s given to you. You can work though the member supplied challenges based on level (8 kyu and 7 kyu are the lowest levels). But you can also filter exercises by what they entail like arrays or strings or logic. It’s been kicking my butt but I love it
If you’re looking for some straight up JS projects check out: https://github.com/jorgegonzalez/beginner-projects and https://github.com/karan/Projects#web
Btw I’m taking Colt’s WDB too, I’m currently on starting with Node but it’s been an awesome class so far.
My advice (and I totally agree with ArielLeslie) is to just keep coding. Supplement your learning with reading but actually using the language in meaningful ways is super important.
i want know that which structural framework/library is used in this course, (angular or react)
i though react would be easy?