- Self-Guided Websites and Courses.
- Coding Boot Camps.
- Meetups and Networking Events.
- Starting Your Own Projects.
Basically, yes, if you know JS and whatever framework the company you’re applying to uses, you can get a job, but if it’s your first job they might expect to give you a decent amount of hands-on training for the first 3-6 months or so.
- Frontend Masters Courses.
- Learn to code on FreeCodeCamp.
- Introduction to HTML.
- Introduction to CSS.
No, not at all. PHP and JS are both separate things. So you can go ahead and learn php without knowing JS at all. Although i must say that you will definitely need to know JS, when you will become an intermediate developer, to create client side effects like client side validations, ajax, etc.