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10 sites to learn JavaScript [FREE]

derva profile image derva ・3 min read

Hi

Right now JavaScript is one of the most popular languages. And here you have 10 sites/pages where you can learn JavaScript.
I really hope this will be helpful for you.

Enjoy

List:

  1. w3schools
  2. Learn JavaScript
  3. JavaScript Info
  4. Developer Mozilla
  5. Learn-JS.org
  6. Tutorial Republic
  7. FreeCodeCamp
  8. JavaScript30
  9. Team Treehouse - JS basics
  10. JS Basics - JS for Cats

1. w3schools

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W3Schools is a web developers site, with tutorials and references on web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, Python, jQuery, Java, C++, C#, React, Node.js, XML, W3.CSS, and Bootstrap, covering most aspects of web programming.

The site derives its name from the World Wide Web (W3) but is not affiliated with the W3C.
W3schools has focused on simplicity.

Except for tutorials you have quizzes and certifications (you need to pay for certificat).

2. Learn JavaScript

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Learn modern JavaScript from scratch, and practice in an intuitive environment. The challenges are inspired by modern real-world projects to make sure that you're learning the best practices, one step at a time. Try the first 42 lessons, challenges, projects & flashcards for free. You can upgrade to a Pro account with a one-time payment.

3. JavaScript Info

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Here you start with basic and go on to advanced levels like OOP.
All tutorials are typed.

4. Developer Mozilla

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JavaScript is arguably more difficult to learn than related technologies such as HTML and CSS. Before attempting to learn JavaScript, you are strongly advised to get familiar with at least these two technologies first, and perhaps others as well.

5. Learn-JS.org

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Here you can find some basics and advanced tutorials for JavaScript. Also, except JS there is some tutorial for other languages as C, C++, C#, Ruby..

6. Tutorial Republic

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This is really good site.
JavaScript Courses contains:

  • JavaScript Basic
  • JavaScript & DOM
  • JavaScript & BOM
  • JavaScript Advanced
  • JavaScript Examples
  • JavaScript Reference

Also except JavaScript here you can find courses for HTML5, CSS3, JQUERY, BOOTSTRAP4, PHP7...

7. FreeCodeCamp

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As you can see here you have a different section/certification. And first, you have tutorials then, in the end, you need to finish 5 projects to get that certification. Certification is free

8. JavaScript30

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Beginner to Intermediate developers and designers who want to become comfortable with both JavaScript fundamentals and working in the DOM without a library.

You should already know some JavaScript to start - This isn't a JavaScript 101 course. We learn by application - encountering many new situations while talking about the hows, the whys, and the whats that we use to solve them.

Also, you can check Wes Bos Youtube channel

9. Team Treehouse - JS basics

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JavaScript is a programming language that drives the web: from front-end user interface design to server-side backend programming, you'll find JavaScript at every stage of a web site and web application. In this course, you'll learn the fundamental programming concepts and syntax of the JavaScript programming language.

10. JS Basics - JS for Cats

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JavaScript is a programming language or, in other words, a means by which a computer is instructed to do things. Just the same as one controls humans with hisses and meows, one controls computers with statements written in a programming language. All web browsers understand JavaScript and you can take advantage of that to make web pages do crazy things!

Thanks for reading
I hope this will be helpful for you
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Lawson

So cool, men =))

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derva Author

Thanks,
I hope you like it

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Lawson

Of course

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Nick Rise

You are the best! Thank you!

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derva Author

Thanks, I hope it will be helpful :D

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Re Da

Awesome, but you did forget to mention codecademy

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ShaijuT

Can you recommend only one site which is best and covers all concepts ?

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derva Author

It depends, being a developer/programmer means to know where to find solutions.
All sites have pros and cons.
Maybe, check out this link theodinproject.com here you will get a link where to go and learn :D

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bronxsystem

thank you for sharing. Which site do you recommend for exercises? I dont mind if its paid.

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Bobby Iliev

Good resources. But I would definitely add scotch.io

There is some super high quality content totally free.

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Andrew Baisden

w3schools has come a long way to get ranked top.