I want to get into web development, and I want a clear roadmap on how I’m going to approach learning web development. By doing some research, I’ve came to conclusion that web development is separated into few sections.
Then I learn responsive web design with HTML and CSS
Afterwards, I choose a CSS framework, which will probably be Bootstrap
Then I’d need to choose a front end framework, I choose from React, Vue and Angular (maybe React? idk)
After learning front end I guess I’d move to backend. For backend, I think I’ll learn Node.js
Then finally for Databases, MySQL seems to the best choice
I also know Sass and Typescript exists. When should I start learning these two languages?
Oh and also is freecodecamp a good series to learn from on Youtube? They seem to have very good and resourceful tutorials on each language I mentioned above. Or alternatively I can use their website, which grants me a certificate, but I’d need to learn every language in their website which seems like an overkill. What do you think?
Last question, but what IDE should I use? I have a Jetbrains educational license and so I can use their paid IDEs. This makes it so I can use either: Visual Studio / Intellij Idea / Webstorm / Phpstorm. Which one would you recommend?