FrontEnd Developer or
Full-Stack Developer then it's not possible without knowledge of JS.
let's get started:
So, we'll start from scratch. So, If you're complete beginner then you have to start from
W3 Schools and you've start from syntax, data types, functions, objects etc.
So, here next section is "JS Versions" you don't need to go through it.
next section is
"JS Objects" and it is most important thing because everthing is JS is Object. and next section is
"JS Functions" you've to go through it.
next section is "JS Classes" If you're complete beginner then you can skip it. you can study this later.
next section is "JS Async" . Yes, you can study it. now, go to next section
"JS HTML DOM".this is the most important thing after knowing above all things to work in JS. next section is "JS Browser BOM" and its good to know. You should also read about
"JS AJAX" and
"JS JSON" those are easy topics and that also good to know. "JS Web APIs" these are additional things. So, just read all things which I've mentioned here and nothing to worry if you don't understand something or get stuck. Here is your next solution. you should just get to know something from reading and atleast something.
This is the best channel for the web development on YouTube and this is my favourite channel. His style of teaching is amazing and here is a list of video in
Now is time to watch the
4) Akshay Saini
Event LOOP and many more things.
you can practice
ES6 feature here.
you can skip regular expression here. you've to practice debugging also. Basic structure is also good to do but its optional.
Object Orieneted Programming is important.
Functional Programmmingis also important as well. and free code camp 5 projects that you can complete and get certificate as well. certificate is not more important but what important is what you've learned. now, we have done studied things and some hands on experience from FCC. so, now, is the time for some projects.
Time for Projects!!!
Just know that it does become easier as time goes on. Concepts that were hard at one time will seem trivial 6 months from now. Enjoy yourself and trust the process. - Jack Forge
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