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Which track after Full Stack JavaScript?

Hey all,

I'm burning through the FSJS track and want to get into web development as a career. I understand HTML and CSS code, but I'm not particularly adept at wielding it to build websites. What track should I go through after I finish this one? I was thinking Front End Web Development, but I wanted to seek some advice.


1 Answer

Michael Liebegott I would definitely recommend Front End Web Development if you are not fully savvy on HTML and CSS. Once you develop a thorough understanding of the front end side of things you can then expand by learning a framework like React, Angular, or Vue. I highly recommend React or Angular though, in my opinion they are the most common.