Looking over the code snippets and reading source code is a great way to practice and get into programming because it’s like working through a step-by-step tutorial without having to sign up for online courses.
If you want an extra challenge, you can try making a countdown timer.
Who doesn’t love a quiz? Whether they’re telling you which career path you’re best suited for (full-time web development, maybe?), where your political beliefs line up, or testing your knowledge on 1980’s WWF wrestlers, quizzes can be both fun and useful — we even use a quiz here at Skillcrush to help users determine which coding path is a good fit for them.
14. Nano ID
Reaction is a commerce platform used for managing business in real time and delivering shopping experiences directly to customers. You can make your own ecommerce site complete with a shopping cart by Reaction. And it’s open source, meaning you can study how it all works for free.
16. Webpack Monitor
For hypnotic generative art visuals like Matt DesLaurier’s display on GitHub.