Learning Path Front-end Software Engineer

As a front-end software engineer, you know everything about the frontend. You have a solid foundation of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TypeScript, but also how to apply them in practice through libraries/frameworks such as Angular and React, as well as testing.

What do you get?

  • Boost your knowledge and skills
  • Allows you to make a difference at your client/employer immediately
  • Helps improve your career opportunities

What do we ask?

  • Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Completed education in HBO computer science or equivalent experience

What will you be doing?

  • 45% JavaScript
  • 37% TypeScript
  • 8% HTML
  • 7% C#
  • 3% CSS

Learning path

This learning path will teach you everything you need to become a front-end software engineer, from HTML and CSS to Angular and React.

  • Must have
  • Should have
  • Could have
  • Certificate
  • Must Have

    The knowledge and skills you need to participate in a project.

    Should have

    The knowledge and skills you should have (but are not necessary) before starting your first project.

    Could Have

    Other knowledge and skills that may be relevant to you, depending on the project.


    A certificate or exam you can obtain.

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