Here goes all the credits, copyrights and some of the resources that i used and followed to learn Front-End Web Development, also to build my Portfolio site.
● A big Thank-You credits goes to some JS, Jquery & CSS libraries that I used and to their respective makers and developers:
- IntroLoader JS Library: Shows a beautiful loading screen till the page is fully loaded. Check it out from here.
- ScrollToFixed JS Library: Fixing elements to top or bottom on scroll. Check it out from here.
- Typed.JS JS Library: For the magical typing effect at the intro section of the page). Check it out from Here. (Feature is removed)
- Animate.css Library: Animating elements on the fly, you know what it does, probably! Check it out from here.
- WOW.js JS Library: Animate.css friend, animates elements when you first scroll to different sections. Check it out from here.
- Parallax Effect: Parallax effect when you scroll from a section if you have a background image. Check it out from here.
- Serverless Form Submission: Sending forms without any back-end scripts or servers. Done with the help of the awesome guys behind this project (technique) and Google!! Check it out from here.
- SweetScroll JS Library: It's like smooth scroll, but more customizable. Check it out from here.
- Scroll To Top Button: It's self-explanatory, the button that takes you to top!! Check it out from here.
- Font-Awesome Library: We all use the icons provided by this library. Check it out from here.
- DEVICON Icon Library: Well-crafted development related icons. Check it out from here.
- Pexels: A good place to get No-Copyright pics and placeholders for different Projects. Check it out from here.
● Some of the sites and projects that I followed to learn Front-End Web Development:
- CodeCademy: The first site that I used and learned a lot about HTML, CSS & JS.
- FreeCodeCamp: The best open-source site where I learned the fundamentals of Front-End Web Development.
- GA Dash: Interesting site where you build sites and projects to improve your Front-End knowledge.
- Udemy: Video-based tutorial site where I learned to get my hands dirty to code simple or hard responsive sites and projects with an "instructor". Some of the courses that I'm involved are:
- Some Facebook groups that I'm part of: The best thing is to join some Facebook groups of Web Development to get lot of feedback to your projects, get new resources, materials and helpful articles.
- Github: The best open-source site to host my projects.
Check out my projects.