I learned HTML5 and CSS at freecodecamp.com. It was easy for me although I have to keep practicing it to master it.
I also feel very anxious because I keep going on all day until I feel I have progressed but at the end I feel I am not progressing.
I wonder coding is not for me or if it is just my anxiety or the learning method. I learn much better by actually building thing and not so much with exercises without any real pratical use.
So maybe some of you who know about this stuff can recommend an other website where I can learn for free and with a method which feels more constructive and not theoretical/abistract only.
I feel I can learn it if I get the right method for me. I am the kind of person who have a natural psychological aversion to theory/abstract learning only. I am too anxious for it. I must see practical results from my learnings. I have to learn while actually building things that feels useful otherwise I feel that I am not learning and I also feel that I am not learning something useful. Like actually building something while learning.
Anyway. I would appreciate if you know where I learn in practical method for free or for a very very very small fee.
i guess it would depend on your end goal. are you learning it just to learn it? do you want to make something with it? is it just a resume thing?
i think if you had a project where it forced you to use those skills, it would be more rewarding. that's how i learned photoshop, i would learn and master one thing and then try a new thing.
i think you are anxious because you aren't learning it fast enough but what is the rush?
i can learn a language if i am totally immersed into it, i need a reason to learn it though. i don't do things for the heck of it. but i would try making something, a website, a game, whatever they still use java for. though i really thought that script was considered bad and is being blocked by different browsers.
You might want to check out Udemy. Depending on your definition of low fee. Their courses look expensive on the surface, but many times they are on sale for 90% off.
Add to that you need to learn how to create and maintain databases (ie SQL), manage servers (linux, or windows), and keep on top of security issues so your code doesn't create a problem or become obsolete as the rest of the tech world keeps moving forward.
w3schools is a good reference/tutorial site for many web related topics:
Ok... I look the options in w3school.com and I like Python. It is easy for me. I spend the afternoon learning python.
I guess it is not client side because I have no idea how to run it. I downloaded a app for chromebook which I could test the codes I learned. But I still don't know how to make it works with HTML5/CSS websites.
The libraries and shops are closed because of the COVID but once they open again I will look for books.
Also, in my view, it's not an either/or situation when discussing client side vs server side programming of websites. They both have uses depending on what you are attempting to do. It's very common to utilize both on a website.
Look up Coursera, they have free (and paid) courses from universities all over the world. From weeks to months.
I just started a Python course with Sao Paulo University (USP) through Coursera. 9 weeks a few hours a week. It's in Portuguese but I checked and see you are Brazilian/Portuguese.