Next is Regular Expressions. Normally when I need them I’ll just search for one that suites me. It will be good to learn how to read and create expressions without running to the nearest stack overflow post.
Looking forward for the next module with ES6, something that I’ve wanted to learn for a while.
Frontend portfolio is ongoing. The first 2 projects are completed. Later I’ll revisit them to fix some mobile issues.
I’m currently on the third project, Landing Page project before submitting. Also the project test is failing on this particular test:
12. When I click the #submit element, the email is submitted to a static page (use this mock URL: https://www.freecodecamp.com/email-submit) that confirms the email address was entered (and that it posted successfully).
Everything seems to be correct, which will difficult the debug process.
The Frontend course was a great way to review all the basics while still learning new skills. For the most part it was a very straightforward process. The additional Applied Accessibility, Responsive Web Design Principles, CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid was a great addition to make things more on par with the industry tendencies.
The estimated time to complete is 300 Hours. Sounds about right for someone getting started in software development. Converting the hours to days, we get roughly 12.5 days. Since no one does this 24h a day (hopefully), an estimation of 8h a day would take you 37.5 days, approximately a month and a week. It took me 1 week and 2 days at 4 to 6 hours a day, so I’d say that I’m on a good pace to finish the projects by the end of the week.