Front-end Path

Every web or mobile application has 2 parts: a front-end and a back-end. The front-end is what the user sees and interacts with. It’s the app on your phone or the website you visit. So, front-end developers are in charge of building beautiful, interactive user interfaces.

The average salary for a front-end Developer is $102,768 per year in the United States.

As a front-end developer, you should know HTML, CSS, JavaScript and at least one of the popular JavaScript frameworks/libraries that are used for building client apps, including Angular, React and Vue.

I currently don’t have any courses for HTML and CSS. So, you have to learn these skills somewhere else. Currently, I have courses on JavaScript, React and Angular.

JavaScript Basics for Beginners
Master the Fundamentals of JavaScript in 6 Hours
Mosh Hamedani
6h
Object-oriented Programming in JavaScript
Solidify your understanding of JavaScript and prepare for technical interviews
Mosh Hamedani
4h
Mastering React
Build professional interactive apps with React, the #1 JavaScript library for building user interfaces

Mosh Hamedani
10h
Angular 4: Beginner to Pro
Don't get left behind. Angular is the way forward to building and deploying fast, scalable single page apps. This course covers everything.

Mosh Hamedani
30h