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Haven’t had much luck getting responses from entry level front-end positions and feel it’s due to my resume so any feedback on improvements would be greatly appreciated!
I’m being over critical here, but I hope this might help in some way or another.
It’s not a terrible bad CV, but the projects do kinda give the impression that these were your first ever projects, and doesn’t really demonstrate skills other than having followed a few tutorials in the last month or so. I’m not saying this is the case, but from the way you describe the projects, this is what it seems like.
Firstly, you could have an introduction section at the top of the CV with some kind of info about you (idk if this was removed from the cv or you prefer cover letters, but just in case)
The technology in your projects seems too simple and outdated. HTML and CSS and JS are basically a given for any web developer, yet it’s repeated multiple times for each of your projects. There are no mentions of contributions to open-source projects, etc. Experienced programmers aren’t really interested in which specific libraries you used (such as leaflet.js or jQuery) but expect more of a fundamental knowledge of programming. You would be expected to use multiple npm libraries on each project.
You would be expected to be using HTML5, SCSS or some other css preprocessor, webpack, and maybe even Typescript. I realise you state ES6+ right at the bottom though, which is good (also, you should expect to receive some interview questions on ES6+ and programming techniques such as async / promises as well).
There is also very little in terms of back-end knowledge shown – only things mentioned are SQL and fetching API data, which are the absolute basics. Try some cloud services, authentication/security, docker, deployment/CI, whatever, to stand out.
Put the technologies you used before the projects, and demonstrate your application of those technologies in your projects, rather than the other way round.