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kethmars
kethmars

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How to learn Javascript as a beginner

Hey people!

There are tons of different resources for learning Javascript and picking the right ones is hard.

That's why I'm gonna share a small list of the resources me and some of my colleagues found useful for beginners:

Books

Youtube

Courses

Community suggested


Oh and...! If you are interested in coding, growth mindset and are willing to share your experiences, ideas, then please do PM me on Twitter :)!

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wattafot • Edited on

i would recommend the wesbos 30days JS challenge
WESBOS - 30 DAYS JS

and definitely this guy
MPJ - FUN FUN FUNCTION

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Juan F Gonzalez

Definitely agree with both recommendations. I've learned a lot from both guys.

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Anik Khan

Nice list Keth!
I would like to vouch for a fantastic course - The Modern JavaScript Bootcamp by Andrew Mead. Great course 😍😍
I liked your list.

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kethmars Author

Ty Anik! I'll add it to the list :)!

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Anik Khan

Thanks bro! They now have one more option to learn from 😊

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Khaleel Gibran

Hey, there's another cool place to learn JavaScript - scrimba.com. Scrimba teaches code in an interactive way, and they also have courses for frameworks like React, Vue and Svelte.

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Adesh Khanna

well i say, go to edabit.com and practice JavaScript
it contains more than 10,000 questions each with increasing difficulty that explains a new concept.

because the more you practice the better you understand :)

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Hubert Daniell • Edited on

I would recommend Wes Bos's Beginner Javascript course as well -> beginnerjavascript.com/

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Mike Bybee • Edited on

The "You Don't Know JS" series of books by Kyle Simpson are required reading for JS devs of any experience level.

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Muhammad Uzair

Was planning to join Web Developer Bootcamp course by Colt Steele but , then found javascript.info site, where i learned most of the stuff

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Muhammad Uzair

Have learned JavaScript from javascript.info and completed wes bos #JavaScript30 which is worth your time.

What image format should you use in your next project? 🤔