Project-Based Learning Approach

Project-Based Learning Approach


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Do you know what's the best way to learn any programming language?

  • The answer is quite simple and obvious: by building lots of projects πŸ’ͺ

Learning Web Development can be challenging. But as programmers, we always strive for better ways to be more effective and productive.

What is Project-Based Learning?

-According to Robert Schuetz,

Project-Based Learning is an instructional approach designed to allow students to develop knowledge and skills through engaging projects set around challenges and problems they may face in the real world.

Tutorials are great, but building projects is the best way to learn. Bridge the gap between theory and real-world code by working on projects.

In this article, we'll come across a number of projects ranging from -> ( Beginner to advanced level ) for you.

Let's get started.

Html and CSS projects.

Every beginner’s coding journey in the front end starts with these two basic building blocks and you need to be creative when it comes to designing a beautiful application.

Here are some beginner-friendly projects you can build to practice everything you have learned so far in HTML and CSS.

  • A Tribute Page
  • Survey Form
  • Technical Documentation Page
  • Personal Portfolio
  • Product Landing Page

During my learning period, I've tried all of them and these projects are a good way to hone your skills.

You can check the code here πŸ‘‡

Okay, so you made these projects and looking forward to taking your skills to the next level. But you've no idea about the projects to try, don't worry I got you!

  • Responsive Website using HTML and CSS


  • Build a Responsive Grid CSS Website Layout From Scratch


  • Basic Parallax Website With HTML & CSS


JavaScript Projects for (Beginners -Intermediate) πŸ’ͺ

So, you've done a few courses and read a few books but still don't feel great about your relationship with JavaScript.

Thinking of how do you get better?

Build lots of projects. Keep it up and don't stop. Seriously.

βœ” Sharpen your JavaScript skills by building 15 projects using plain JavaScript without frameworks.


βœ” These projects by Wes Bos are perfect for Beginner to Intermediate developers and designers who want to become comfortable with both JavaScript fundamentals and working in the DOM without a library.


In this challenge, you'll build 30 things in 30 days with 30 tutorials. How cool is that 😍

Build 10 Projects in 10 Hours -> By Florin Pop πŸ‘‡

  • Countdown Timer
  • Quiz App
  • Recipe App
  • Notes App
  • ToDo App
  • Movie App
  • GitHub Profiles App
  • Drawing App
  • Password Generator
  • Weather App

Check this repository

Build 50+ mini web projects using HTML, CSS & JS-> By Brad Traversy


Some Advanced level - JavaScript projects.πŸ’ͺ

  • Portfolio Website
  • Chat Application
  • News Aggregator
  • Website Analytics
  • Native Application
  • Game


With web development taking off rapidly in the industry, the demand for Web Developers is skyrocketing. All the projects mentioned above are relatively easy, and hence, they are excellent for people who’ve just started in the web development world.

If you got any questions feel free to ping me on Twitter

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