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Any GOOD .JavaScript Refreshment Course?

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by Baklajan, Nov 6, 2019.

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  1. Baklajan

    Baklajan Newbie

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    Need to polish up my skills in .JavaScript, so far watched few videos on YouTube, many of which were alright. Really liked the ones conducted by YT channel:" "Code with Mosh", but again he charges premium.

    .JS experts and fans out there, do you have any recommendation for a SOLID JavaScript course (beginner-intermediate level)?

    Cheers!
     
  2. mrtruehybrid

    mrtruehybrid Power Member

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    I don't believe in courses. Just make up a simple project and add some features such as realtime refreshing data, calling an API etc.
     
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  3. Baklajan

    Baklajan Newbie

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    Good call. Projects are the best form of practice, but still properly structured course gives you ins/outs and backbone structure.
     
  4. Yee

    Yee Regular Member

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    left menu on homepage list all levels you can study.
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    https://developer.mozilla.org/nl/docs/Web/JavaScript
     
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    hhasi26 Newbie

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    Thanks for Positive thinking and opinion.
     
  6. Nana Dada

    Nana Dada Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This will turn you into a decent JS coder in no time:

    https://www.w3schools.com/js/

    Really good stuff, covers almost everything you need to know for the modern web (JS basics, manipulating web pages, incl. data extraction, async coding, etc.). Really really good course, trust me, it will give a very solid foundation.
     
  7. t-machine

    t-machine Junior Member

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    Like Yee specified :
    MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) is by far the number 1 source for javascript. Every method, every object, is explained in-depth and with examples. It should be illegal that it's free :D Yet people still look for solutions that wrap all of that beautiful beautiful documentation into some baby-talk. I also recommend just trying to make a project, when you need something specific, google it, then find in the mozilla docs the method that helps you achieve what you need. Plus in the end vanilla javascript can only do so much, you will heavily need to learn many libraries anyways so why not get to it.
     
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