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Frontend Mentor

Supercharge your front-end skills by building in a real-life workflow. Solve real-world HTML, CSS and JavaScript challenges whilst working to professional quality designs.

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Creando el Landing Page de un banco con SASS | Frontend Mentor challenge #2

Frontend Mentor Social Media Dashboard Challenge(HTML, CSS)

Create a Coming Soon Page Using HTML & CSS | Frontend Mentor Challenge

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  • Web Development
    If you know the basics of HTML, CSS and JS, mas okay matuto by creating projects from https://frontendmentor.io they’re free and users can give feedback on what to improve. Basically, you convert the screenshots/design to code or actually site. Source: 12 months ago
  • Revise frontend basics
    Practice building from frontendmentor.io. Source: 12 months ago
  • Do you think it's effective to learn different programming languages at the same time especially for the summer?
    Yeah, CSS is something that requires practice. I'll say 1st week (or maybe less) for HTML and then the remaining 2 for CSS. There are some good resources like frontendmentor.io that you can try to get some understanding of how HTML and CSS work together. I'll say don't waste too much time on learning. Kevin Powell is a good yt channel to follow. Also, you can always use things like TailwindCSSin the end but for... Source: about 1 year ago
  • I don't know what build know, please I need some guidance.
    I recommend building apps from frontendmentor.io I got hired as a react dev a few years back after building three highest difficulty projects from it. Source: about 1 year ago
  • where can I find free designs for my personal projects?
    I'm a new web developer looking to build my own projects to put on my portfolio, but I suck at designing, I want my projects to look nice and professional, I know something like frontendmentor.io exists, but I want to build my own unique projects. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Want to know if I am good enough to land my first job as a front end developer.
    I’d suggest having a look at frontendmentor.io. They give you a design with any necessary data and you build it. In my opinion it’s perfect as your encouraged to build as close to the design as you can, and there’s a community of people giving feedback. I used a few of the projects on my portfolio. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Feel like I've wasted 3 years
    The frontendmentor.io stuff is really cool! This would be really neat content to showcase on your site, and would make for interesting topics to talk about during an interview. I didn't realize it initially that your project examples were your frontendmentor.io content. I suggest integrating this content a little more clearly, because this provides a lot more context about what impact you made. ie. Instead of... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Job hunt without a BS Bachelor
    I had a really hard time trying to do decent designs off the cuff trying to be artsy. You gotta develop a base sense of what looks nice. frontendmentor.io as I suggested earlier is great for this. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Job hunt without a BS Bachelor
    UI - It's pretty jank. Take a look at nice webdev portfolios and try and copy what they're doing. Heck, it's even fine to buy a nice template and start adding your stuff to it. Also, hop onto frontendmentor.io and work the challenges there. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How to Find UI/UX Designs?
    Frontendmentor.io : no legal issues for sure. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to get IT job with no science background and experience?
    You don't have to reach some elite level, just make projects from codewell.cc and frontendmentor.io for JavaScript and practice problems on codewars.com. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Good resource to reinforce Js concepts
    Which resource do y'all prefer for reinforcing Js? frontendmentor.io, codewars, or something else? Source: over 1 year ago
  • Learning Frontend/React is the new rat race.
    To those who are studying in BootCamp... For god's sake learn BEM CSS and SCSS for CSS naming and preprocessing and solve 3-4 times in frontendmentor.io challenges. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Just finished "learning" HTML and CSS. What are the the best projects to apply what you learned and start coding..
    The BEEEEST place to find wonderful projs is in frontendmentor.io. Source: over 1 year ago
  • what languages and library tools should I learn before getting into react.
    This is all I know because I had to stop learning React due to some personal stuff but these were the basics which I cleared + made some projects from frontendmentor.io. Source: over 1 year ago
  • where can I practice my css skills? they suck and need sharpening
    Frontendmentor.io and codepen.io both sites offer challenges and solutions for you take a crack at. I personally like frontendmentor since it feels like what an actual front end dev would be doing ( receiving figma / designs and just making them exist to the best of your ability) practice makes perfect. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is the web Dev self taught route a complete scam?
    Make those 2 things and do them good (I mean don't showcase things like "to-do app" or "weather app" that everyone follows on youtube. Grab a design like ones off of frontendmentor.io site), and you'll be massively ahead of the others trying to get into the industry. 9/10 people asking why they cant get an interview dont have portfolios of what they can do so the company has to guess and pray that you aren't... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Learn A11y with FrontendMentor: Interactive Rating
    I'd been using frontendmentor.io as a platform to practice building projects in my early learning phase. Although all of my solutions were painful to look at 😅, they gave me a nice stepping stone to learning many things. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
  • GitHub README template for learners
    You may be wondering about what exactly should you write in it, or what is a good way to present it. So, I have created a README template inspired by the Frontend Mentor IO. It has a great structure, and helps you write a good README for you repository. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
  • Is trying to be pixel-perfect a bad habit or an expectation for Frontend Devs?
    To start, I am not a developer (yet) but I've been learning and practicing over the past year to one day become at least a frontend developer and then work my way to full-stack development. I am currently doing challenges on frontendmentor.io to build my portfolio but I have this overwhelming anxiety and almost pressure to try to get things to be exactly 1-to-1 to the Figma design which causes some of these... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Interactive comments section after learning Svelte
    I recently learned Svelte through the official tutorial, and I love it. So, I decided to practice it with a challenge from frontendmentor.io. The challenge I picked was making an interactive comments section, and I wanted to share my solution with you:. Source: over 1 year ago

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