Web developer and business owner based in Moscow, Russia. Interested in UI design and UX development. Specialize in Front-End Programming and Marketing.
Prioritize your design efforts so that you’re satisfying all baseline requirements first. Then AND ONLY THEN can you move on to fancier things like custom illustrations and animation.
-Well, you COULD use ES6, but to use cool features like async and await, you need to use ES2016+. Otherwise you are stuck with ES6 generators with coroutines to block asynchronous calls for proper control flow.
Everyone is different, and not everyone absorbs information the same way as the other. Yes, captain Obvious, but it’s not as obvious as it might seem. Before you start learning how to code, you need to learn how to learn.