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This career path will turn you into a hireable frontend developer, and teach you how to nail the job interview. It contains over 70 hours of top-notch tutorials, hundreds of coding challenges, and dozens of real-world projects.

Your program

The program contains 12 modules. All modules are filled with interactive coding challenges to ensure that you don't fall off the wagon. You'll learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, UI design, career strategy, and more.

Welcome to the career path

Get prepared. In this module, you'll meet your teachers, learn how Scrimba works, and build your first web app.

Web dev basics

Learn the very basics of HTML and CSS. Start creating layouts, and style them how you want.

Making websites interactive

Combine your newly acquired HTML & CSS skills with Javascript. This will allow you to create interactive websites.

Build a Blackjack game

55 lessons2 hours 43 min

1. Let's build a Blackjack game!
0:57
2. Live events on Scrimba
2:40
3. Add the firstCard, secondCard, and sum
0:52
4. If...else conditionals
5:39
5. Your first if...else statement
2:53
6. if/else...if/else statement
3:21
7. The if...else statement for our game
1:59
8. Add the hasBlackJack variable
2:03
9. Add the isAlive variable
1:44
10. Let's practice boolean conditions
3:25
11. Add the message variable
3:21
12. Link to stylesheet
2:32
13. Add basic styling
4:18
14. Make the start button work
5:49
15. Display the message
2:32
16. Display the sum
5:43
17. Display the cards
1:53
18. New card button
3:39
19. Add to the sum when newCard is clicked
3:16
20. Rename the startGame function
2:11
21. Solving our cards problem with an array
3:16
22. Aside: Intro to arrays
5:24
23. Aside: Array indexes
4:03
24. Arrays with multiple data types
2:18
25. Aside: Array.push() and .pop()
4:20
26. Creating the cards array
1:04
27. Push a new card to the array
1:18
28. Aside: Loops
4:01
29. Write your first loop
3:22
30. Aside: For loops and arrays
3:43
31. Write your first array-based for loop
1:29
32. For loops, arrays, and DOM
2:55
33. Use a loop to render cards
2:16
34. How can we avoid to hard-code card values?
1:31
35. Aside: Returning values in functions
4:59
36. Use a function to set the card values
3:06
37. Aside: Math.random()
4:15
38. Math.random() * 6
1:43
39. Flooring the number with Math.floor()
1:24
40. Using Math.random() and Math.floor() to create a dice
1:40
41. Completing our dice function
2:37
42. Make getRandomCard() work
2:54
43. Complete getRandomNumber function
3:02
44. Assign values in the startGame function
2:42
45. Our new card feature is broken
0:59
46. Aside: The AND operator (&&)
3:41
47. Write your first logical operator
2:04
48. Aside: The OR operator (||)
3:02
49. Only trigger newCard() if you're allowed to
1:27
50. Object sneak peek
4:32
51. Aside: Intro to objects
4:43
52. Create your first object
3:15
53. Use an object to store player data
2:37
54. Methods on object
1:58
55. Congrats & recap
4:24
Build a Chrome Extension

55 lessons2 hours 46 min

1. Let's build a Chrome Extension!
4:33
2. Add button and input tag
1:33
3. Style the button and input tag
7:16
4. Make the input button work with onclick
1:17
5. Refactor to addEventListener
2:18
6. Write your first addEventListener()
1:44
7. Your turn to refactor
1:22
8. Create the myLeads array and inputEl
2:21
9. When to use let and const
3:17
10. Push to the myLeads array
1:10
11. Push the value from the input field
2:27
12. Use a for loop to log out leads
1:39
13. Create the unordered list
1:55
14. Render the leads in the unordered list
3:41
15. How to render <li> elements with innerHTML
1:33
16. Write your first innerHTML
1:31
17. More innerHTML practice
1:48
18. Render the <li> elements with innerHTML
1:07
19. Use createElement() and append() instead of innerHTML
3:35
20. Improving the performance of our app
3:17
21. Create the render function
2:00
22. Clear the input field
2:03
23. Add the <a> tag
4:28
24. Template strings
2:30
25. Write your first template string
1:15
26. Make the template string even more dynamic
0:51
27. Template strings on multiple lines
2:53
28. Refactor the app to use a template string
1:12
29. Style the list
3:50
30. Preparing the deployment
4:52
31. Deploying the Chrome Extension
2:28
32. Aside: What is localStorage?
3:02
33. Your first localStorage
3:48
34. Storing arrays in localStorage
6:23
35. Save the leads to localStorage
2:28
36. Get the leads from localStorage
3:50
37. Aside: Truthy and falsy values
7:54
38. Guess the expression - truthy or falsy?
2:22
39. Checking localStorage before rendering
3:37
40. Style the delete button
3:17
41. Make the delete button work
4:16
42. How function parameters can improve our code
5:54
43. Write your first function parameter
3:27
44. Functions with multiple parameters
3:11
45. Numbers as function parameters
1:41
46. Aside: Arguments vs Parameters
3:22
47. Arrays as parameters
1:54
48. Refactor renderLeads() to use a parameter
1:39
49. Create the tabBtn
3:19
50. Save the tab url
2:35
51. How to get the current tab?
4:19
52. Use the Chrome API to get the tab
6:18
53. Deploy the final version
2:14
54. Congrats & recap
5:43
55. Share your pet!
1:23

Essential CSS concepts

In this module, you'll level up your CSS skills, and build a neat NFT site.

Essential JavaScript concepts

In this module, you'll level up your JavaScript skills and build three super-cool apps.

Essential JS Mini Projects

46 lessons3 hours 5 min

1. Intro to Mini Projects
1:14
2. Object Destructuring
3:12
3. Object Destructuring Challenge
2:02
4. The .map() Method
6:37
5. The .map() Method Challenge
3:59
6. The .join() Method
2:49
7. The .join() Method Challenge
2:18
8. .map() vs .forEach()
4:45
9. The dangers of innerHTML
5:26
10. Beyond Function Declarations 1: Function Expressions
3:18
11. Beyond Function Declarations 2: Function Expression Challenge
1:52
12. Beyond Function Declarations 3: Arrow Functions
5:44
13. Arrow Functions Challenge
4:00
14. Inline Arrow Functions Challenge
2:24
15. Import Export (named)
4:21
16. Import Export (default)
3:57
17. The .reduce() Method
6:06
18. The .reduce() Method Challenge
3:36
19. The .reduce() Method with Objects
7:35
20. The .reduce() Method with Objects Challenge
3:29
21. Default Parameters
2:56
22. Super Challenge Set-up
3:21
23. Super Challenge Solution
8:49
24. The Ternary Operator
4:01
25. The Ternary Operator for Complex Conditionals
3:05
26. Ternary Operator Challenge
3:47
27. Twimba Ternary Refactor
4:50
28. The Rest Parameter
5:23
29. The Rest Parameter Challenge
6:42
30. Spread Syntax (...)
4:11
31. Spread Syntax (...) Challenge
5:16
32. Short-circuiting with OR (||)
5:02
33. Short-circuiting with OR (||) Challenge
2:14
34. Short-circuiting with AND (&&)
2:47
35. Short-circuiting with AND (&&) Challenge
4:01
36. Constructors: Date()
5:27
37. The Error() Constructor
3:22
38. Objects with Methods and 'this'
5:14
39. Objects to Constructor Functions
4:36
40. Constructor Function Challenge
5:17
41. Constructor Functions to Classes
5:28
42. Constructor Functions to Classes Challenge
2:07
43. Recap
2:08
44. Solo Project - Restaurant Ordering app
4:02
45. Deploy your Solo Project
0:44
46. Congratulations on completing module 5! πŸ˜ƒ
1:30

Responsive design

This module teaches you how to make your websites work well on all screen sizes, a critical skill for any frontend developer.

Working with APIs

Web APIs are the backbone of the web. In this module, you'll learn to use it, and build several different projects.

React basics

Learn the most popular library for building user interfaces. This will increase your productivity by an order of magnitude.

Build a meme generator

66 lessons5 hours 14 min

1. Section Intro & Figma file
4:17
2. Meme Generator: Header
5:08
3. Meme Generator: Form
6:01
4. Update: Accessibility Audit
1:21
5. Project analysis
1:04
6. Event Listeners
6:07
7. Project: Get random meme
5:42
8. Our current conundrum
8:09
9. Props vs. State: Props
5:08
10. Props vs. State: State
4:28
11. Props vs. State Quiz!
4:03
12. useState
3:52
13. useState array destructuring
1:46
14. Changing state
3:03
15. useState - Counter practice
5:45
16. useState - Changing state with a callback function
4:18
17. Changing state quiz!
2:30
18. Project: Add images to the meme generator
2:56
19. Challenge: ternary practice
3:50
20. Challenge: flipping state back and forth
5:59
21. Complex state: arrays
10:28
22. Complex state: objects
3:58
23. Complex state: updating state objects
6:35
24. Project: Refactor state
4:10
25. Passing state as props
5:52
26. Setting state from child components
6:28
27. Passing data around
6:26
28. Boxes challenge part 1
3:49
29. Dynamic styles
5:42
30. Boxes challenge part 2
3:37
31. Boxes challenge part 3.1 - local state
4:54
32. Boxes challenge part 3.2 - unified state
7:45
33. Boxes challenge part 4
5:50
34. Boxes challenge part 5
5:57
35. Conditional rendering: &&
6:36
36. Conditional rendering: && practice
1:45
37. Conditional rendering: ternary
2:49
38. Conditional rendering practice
4:45
39. Conditional rendering quiz!
3:56
40. React forms intro
3:25
41. Watch for input changes in React
4:30
42. Form inputs practice
2:22
43. Forms state object
6:09
44. Form state object practice
1:49
45. Controlled inputs
4:14
46. Forms in React: Textarea
3:33
47. Forms in React: Checkbox
6:39
48. Forms in React: Radio buttons
6:00
49. Forms in React: Select & Option
2:49
50. Forms in React: Submitting the form
4:31
51. Accessible labels - useId
5:48
52. Forms quiz!
3:13
53. Sign up form practice
8:26
54. Project: Add text to image
3:58
55. Making API calls
4:00
56. Intro to useEffect
5:43
57. useEffect() syntax and default behavior
2:59
58. useEffect dependencies array
8:01
59. useEffect quiz!
3:48
60. useEffect for fetching data
5:48
61. useEffect: when to use dependencies
3:02
62. Project: Get Memes from API
8:11
63. State and Effect practices
7:02
64. useEffect cleanup function
5:53
65. Using an async function inside useEffect
3:07
66. React Section 3 Recap
2:17
Build a notes app and Tenzies games

44 lessons3 hours 4 min

1. Section 4 Intro
2:33
2. Warm-up: Add Dark/Light modes to ReactFacts site
6:39
3. Notes App: Intro
9:55
4. Notes App: Features to add
1:25
5. Notes App: Sync notes with localStorage
5:59
6. Lazy State Initialization
5:12
7. Notes App: Note summary title
4:51
8. Notes App: Bump recent note to the top
6:49
9. Notes App: Delete note
8:57
10. Update to Notes app - adding Firebase! πŸ”₯
2:17
11. Updating to Vite
3:53
12. Small refactors
3:01
13. Local Setup
2:47
14. Firebase Intro & Setup
4:28
15. Firebase Code Setup
3:09
16. onSnapshot - part 1
6:56
17. onSnapshot - part 2
3:03
18. Create new blank note
2:10
19. Delete Note
2:54
20. Update note - part 1
2:26
21. Update note - part 2
3:53
22. Challenge: createdAt and updatedAt
2:54
23. Challenge: sort notes
3:58
24. Debouncing updates - part 1
3:21
25. Debouncing updates - part 2
4:44
26. Debouncing updates - part 3
8:07
27. Tenzies Project Intro
1:18
28. Tenzies: Setup
3:26
29. Tenzies: Die components
6:50
30. Tenzies: Generate array of 10 random numbers
3:53
31. Tenzies: Map array to Die components
3:08
32. Tenzies: Roll dice button
4:41
33. Tenzies: Change dice to objects
4:32
34. Tenzies: Styling held dice
3:38
35. Tenzies: Hold dice part 1
5:17
36. Tenzies: Hold dice part 2
3:09
37. Tenzies: Hold dice part 3
4:01
38. Tenzies: End game part 1
2:35
39. Tenzies: End game part 2
4:55
40. Tenzies: End game part 3
4:15
41. Tenzies: New Game
3:12
42. Tenzies: Extra Credit Ideas
1:35
43. Solo Project (PRO) - Quizzical
6:27
44. Check out the class components crash course!
1:06

Advanced React

Level up your React JS skills to a professional level.

Reusability

66 lessons4 hours 53 min

1. Advanced React Intro
4:38
2. Button - props review challenge
4:13
3. Aside - children in HTML
2:12
4. Aside - React Children
1:53
5. Challenge - Button w/ Children
1:38
6. Button - More Complex React Children
5:37
7. Challenge - add onClick event listener
2:52
8. Aside - props spreading
3:24
9. Aside - Destructuring props
3:32
10. Button - size prop
5:16
11. Button - fix className issue
6:55
12. Challenge - Button w/ Variants
4:17
13. Mega Challenge - Overloaded Avatar Component
10:05
14. Menu Component Intro
5:24
15. Prop Drilling
4:53
16. Aside: Compound Components Intro
4:52
17. Compound Components in React - Part 1
3:38
18. Compound Components Quiz
3:48
19. Compound Components in React - Part 2
2:24
20. Compound Components in React - Part 3
5:59
21. Summarize Challenge - Compound Components in React
0:42
22. Prop Drilling Problem #2 - Implicit State
3:46
23. The React.Children API
8:55
24. React.Children shortcomings
6:58
25. Context Intro
2:44
26. createContext() & Context Provider
5:42
27. useContext()
6:32
28. Add context to the Menu component
4:28
29. State + Context
6:30
30. Theme switcher final touches
2:04
31. Menu component final touches
4:11
32. Aside - Compound components w/ dot syntax
2:46
33. Headless Toggle component
3:54
34. Toggle - setup
5:14
35. Toggle - Planning
2:28
36. Toggle Context
3:41
37. Toggle.Button
6:39
38. Toggle.On & Toggle.Off
4:39
39. Remove Star component
5:07
40. Use Toggle with Menu component
7:44
41. Composing new components with Toggle
8:17
42. onToggle event listener
6:57
43. Menu onClose event
1:59
44. Intro to Refs
6:34
45. Refs and DOM manipulation
5:12
46. Fix onToggle bug using refs
3:21
47. Fix missing onToggle bug using a noop function
2:12
48. Render Props Part 1
5:05
49. Render Props Part 2
7:51
50. Render Props Part 3
5:36
51. Render Props Part 4 - children as render props
2:11
52. Toggle.Display intro
2:05
53. Toggle.Display
6:01
54. Custom Hooks Intro
1:55
55. Custom Hooks - useEffectOnUpdate
7:57
56. Custom Hooks - useToggle
4:45
57. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 2
3:13
58. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 3
2:57
59. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 4
3:04
60. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 5
3:05
61. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 6
4:56
62. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 7
1:42
63. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 8
3:41
64. Custom Hooks - useToggle part 9
2:22
65. Reusability section recap
1:39
66. Solo Project - Component Library++
5:59
React Router 6

85 lessons6 hours 22 min

1. Introduction to React Router 6
2:54
2. Multi-page vs single-page apps
5:13
3. React Router Setup & BrowserRouter
3:12
4. Routes
2:40
5. BrowserRouter & Routes challenge
1:06
6. Route, path, & element
4:12
7. Quick Re-org
1:01
8. Link
3:59
9. VanLife project bootstrapping
8:03
10. Initial Deploy to Netlify
11:41
11. Mirage JS Server
1:50
12. Challenge: Vans Page - Part 1
2:14
13. Challenge: Vans Page - Part 2
9:06
14. Route Params - part 1
4:12
15. Route Params - part 2
1:46
16. Route Params part 3.1 - useParams() & challenge
4:53
17. Route Params part 3.2 - useParams() challenge
7:10
18. Route Params Quiz
4:15
19. Nested Routes Intro
8:52
20. Fixing the Navbar with a Layout Route
4:52
21. Fixing the Navbar with a Layout Route part 2
7:42
22. Bootstrap the Host pages
3:57
23. Nesting the /host routes
3:45
24. Creating the Host Layout
6:27
25. Relative Paths
4:25
26. Index Routes
3:48
27. To nest or not to nest?
5:06
28. Nested Routes Quiz
4:48
29. Add Footer
3:18
30. NavLink
7:12
31. Active Link Styling with NavLink
3:52
32. Active Link Styling with NavLink - part 2
5:12
33. Adding Host Vans Routes
5:11
34. πŸ”€ Optional Side Quest - Building out the Host Vans List and Detail Pages
3:18
35. Building out the Host Van Detail page
8:54
36. Relative Links
7:01
37. Back to all vans
5:13
38. Add /host/vans/:id Nested Routes
8:06
39. Add the Final Navbar!
6:33
40. Outlet Context
5:30
41. Search Params Intro
7:16
42. useSearchParams
4:03
43. Challenge: Set up search params in VanLife
4:41
44. Filter the array w/ the search param
5:04
45. Challenge: Filter the vans in VanLife
1:41
46. Using Links to add search params
2:51
47. Challenge: Filter the vans with Links
3:12
48. Using the search params setter function
3:31
49. Challenge: Filter the vans with a setter function
2:30
50. Caveats to setting params
1:30
51. Merging search params with Links
6:09
52. Merging search params with the setSearchParams function
5:19
53. Challenge: Conditional rendering practice
4:39
54. Fix remaining absolute paths
1:50
55. Back to all vans
2:12
56. Link state
6:29
57. useLocation
7:59
58. Challenge: conditionally render the back button text
2:47
59. 404 Page
5:48
60. "Happy Path" vs. "Sad Path" (new)
2:32
61. Quick update to our fetching code
2:57
62. Coding the Sad Path - Loading state (new)
3:22
63. Coding the Sad Path - Error handling (new)
5:59
64. Initial Login Form
1:50
65. Note from the future: importing image assets in Vite
2:47
66. Protected Routes Intro (FDCP)
1:48
67. Protected Routes - AuthRequired Layout Route (FDCP)
3:10
68. Protected Routes - Implementing "auth" (FDCP)
2:25
69. Protected Routes - Navigate (FDCP)
5:34
70. VanLife Protected Routes (FDCP)
3:25
71. Protected Routes Quiz
1:39
72. Navigation State (FDCP)
5:22
73. Setup for authentication - happy path (FDCP)
3:31
74. Authentication setup - sad path (FDCP)
7:28
75. Navigate to /host route after login (FDCP)
2:14
76. History Stack and Replace (FDCP)
5:30
77. Challenge - send user to original page
7:33
78. Placeholders are gone! πŸŽ‰
2:10
79. Cloud Firestore Setup πŸ”₯
6:04
80. Cloud Firestore Code Setup
4:03
81. Collection ref and getVans() function
6:50
82. Create getVan function
3:53
83. Refactor getHostVans function
3:22
84. Final loose ends
1:34
85. Outro
3:09