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jassica
jassica

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where i practice javascript question???

hii i m newbii in javascript , i learned the concept bt having a lot of difficulty in executing it ....
is there any website like leetcode or anything i just go and practice javascript...

plz help

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TheAwesomeGuy47

If you are looking for a playground type thing look at repl.it or scrimba.com. If you want a local playground, use nodejs.org and in a terminal do node /path/to/file to run a JavaScript file. Text editors I recommend are Vim (complex for beginners), Visual Studio Code or Jetbrains WebStorm.

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Let's Code

check out my youtube channel - youtube.com/channel/UCFIwa5Eqf4kN1...

i have javascript coding videos that may help you and other front end topics like react, interview prep and many more

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Moeen Mahmud

For first step, you can solve the HackerRanks 10 Days of JavaScript.
After that you can join 30 Days of Code there. It will help you to stay consistent.
Besides, you can try their "Problem Solving (Basic)" and "Problem Solving (Intermediate)". This will help you to understand the approaches in solving problems.

After that, you are good to move to the next phase. You could pick, Codewars, Coderbyte, CodeChef, LeetCode and many more. I personally prefer Coderbyte.

And if you want more challenge and fun, try the Project Euler.

Happy Coding!

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Cendy

i myself use Codewars

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MUHAMMED YILMAZ

Codewars

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ΛGΣΣK

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