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Javascript Resources

Happy New Year! I'm learning JavaScript and want to share some resources. Most of these are about understanding vanilla JavaScript, like this 30 Projects in 30 Days course I'm working through.

I'm using Visual Studio Code for Mac to compile my codes.

FreeCodeCamp has many resources in video, which is what I prefer:

This particular one is more of a working model, using JSON to store values from webpages.

Here is one that really starts you from the beginning. Still working through this one.

CodeAcademy is possibly the best I have come across so far, though I believe the JavaScript course may be Pro only - I'm using a free trial, so we shall see  It's available freely too, though you don't get the real world projects (I've done them, they're pretty easy).

This Udemy's JavaScript Essentials works a lot more with snippets in the console of Chrome.

Of course, you can always pop around on GitHub, StackOverflow and read some questions. And Twitter is a good place too - Check out Javascript Digest.

I like the SoloLearn course for Python and CSS and HTML more than the one for JavaScript, but it isn't bad and a good place to get some quick reminders. I still have other videos I have yet to look at and try.

FreeCodeCamp.org has over 1000 mini tutorials for Javascript.

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