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I'm feeling lost about learning JavaScript, HELP!

Kevin Jones asked in Javascript

Hello people,

for the past weeks or months I've been trying to learn JS by my self.

I started learning with Modern JavaScript and read most of the basic stuff but I couldn't continue and I stopped, maybe because I didn't have any exercise to go along with and I felt I didn't learn anything from it.

So I started reading JavaScript: The Definitive Guide by David Flanagan and it was not very beginner friendly it got way too deep, I read about Eloquent on reddit but most people said it gets confusing at some point.

I'm not really new to programming, I used to do some python so I'm familiar with some programming concept

I really don't know where to start and how to do it right now

What should I do? What is your suggestion for me? Thanks


These Are Great Resource.
I actually started with these


The same situation )
Thanks for the learning sources, Tabish!
Maybe there are some more content on the JS topic?


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Don't worry, learning any new skill can be overwhelming at first, but with the right approach, you can make significant progress and achieve your goals.

Here are some tips to help you get started with learning JavaScript:

Start with the basics: Before diving into more complex topics, make sure you have a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts of JavaScript, such as variables, data types, operators, control structures, and functions.

Follow a structured learning path: There are plenty of online courses, tutorials, and books that can help you learn JavaScript. Choose a resource that suits your learning style and follow a structured learning path that covers all the essential concepts.


There are many great courses and tools available if you want to delve deeper into JS programming. It can be a wonderful experience. Make sure the course material and reviews match your learning objectives by reviewing them frequently.


Try freeCodeCamp, W3Schools and Udemy

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