The goal is to use AI to accelerate my learning and to abstract away some of the details of coding (i.e. writing code / syntax) so that I can focus on things like concepts and application of concepts (e.g. using semantic HTML + CSS to better structure my code; using lists instead of div blocks as a way of presenting content). One key objective is to develop frontend development “expertise” faster without getting bogged down on the details.
I think this is possible but am unsure how much of the details I can abstract away. So far, I’ve completed most of the HTML / CSS part of the course and am in the process of experimenting with prompts so that it can generate increasingly sophisticated websites. If I can build something similar to the Hubspot website, that’d be great.
The prompts tend to be very specific (e.g. In the first paragraph, turn ‘NYFW’ into a link and have it go to: New York Fashion Week - Wikipedia. Make sure to include the target=“_blank” attribute so that it opens in a new page). I’m trying to figure out how to get one or a few levels above this.
I’m looking for people in this community that I can collaborate with on this experiment. I’m a top down thinker and given that I’m new to frontend development, it’s hard for me to put together a high level approach for this experiment.
It would be helpful to chat with others, ideally a few folks with moderate frontend dev experience, as well as others that are starting out for the first time, to see how this all pans out.
Is there any interest?