We are recommending it, because in the IT industry, at some point and time, these JS skills would come handy. Besides this, completing these milestones will give you a sense of accomplishment and give you a moral boost.
You must note that learning never goes in vain. It will only enhance your skill set and improve your resume.
We have divided this roadmap into three different phases:
● Frontend: In this phase, you must focus on different frontend frameworks, build tools, and module bundlers.
● Backend: In this phase, the focus should be on backend frameworks and Database languages.
In this phase, your focus must be on the JS language. You have to dive deep into every concept of JS to master it.
Once you have a good understanding of JS and OOPs concepts, you can move towards learning the frontend technologies.
With the help of Frontend Framework, you can minimize your efforts while building the basic components of a website design.
Once you have adequate knowledge about Frontend Frameworks, it's time to start learning about Build tools, where you can create multiple files of a project under one hood.
There are multiple tools that come under build tools, but since you are just starting out, we would recommend you to begin with IDE.
Slowly and gradually, you will be able to learn about other tools related to building JS projects.
In this phase, you will be learning about backend frameworks and database language.
We would recommend exploring NodeJS, it will help you write server-side code, It is one of the best and most highly optimized Backend Frameworks.
Once you have strong hands-on of MySql, it won’t be tough for you to switch to some other query language as per the business requirements.
Besides that, during the learning phase, you might get impatient and feel to switch the technology. However, we would strongly suggest you keep progressing, it could be frustrating but in the longer run, it will be worth it.
Do let us know in case you have any suggestions for us.