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Kouluru Nanda Kishore Reddy
Kouluru Nanda Kishore Reddy

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The 6 Best Sites to Learn JavaScript for Free

JavaScript is everywhere, so we wanted to make it easier for JavaScript learners to choose the resources that will empower them as they progress through their learning journey. Sites like these are incredible opportunities to develop your skills and share them.

1 . JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

Topics Covered in This Course: JavaScript ES6, Regular Expressions, Data Structures, Debugging

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Certification: freecodecamp.org

2 . JavaScript Fundamentals

Topics Covered in This Course: HTML basics, Variables, Operators, Errors, Custom Objects, Popups

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Course: udemy.com

3 . The Modern JavaScript Tutorial

Topics Covered: Fundamentals, Code Quality, Objects, Data Types, Functions, Prototypes

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Blog: javascript.info

4 . Eloquent JavaScript

Topics Covered : Values, Types, Operators, Functions, HTTP, Modules, Node.js, Projects

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Ebook: eloquentjavascript

5 . A re-introduction to JavaScript

Topics Covered : Numbers, Strings, Other types, Variables, Operators, Control structures, Objects, Arrays, Functions, Custom objects

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Blog: developer.mozilla.org

6 . Learn modern JavaScript

Topics Covered : ES6 from scratch, var & let, const, Javascript scope, Mutation, Object.freeze(), Arrow functions, High order functions, Default parameters, Rest operator, Spread operator, Object destructuring,Array destructuring, Constructor functions,Declarative functions, ES6 classes, Getters and setters, ES6 modules, Import & Export

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interactive: scrimba.com

What is your favourite website to learn JavaScript? Let us know down in the comments below!



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Hargunbeer Singh

uh oh you forgot MDN ;)

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Kouluru Nanda Kishore Reddy Author

oh sorry

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Muthu Annamalai Venkatachalam

Wonderful Collection 😃

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Kouluru Nanda Kishore Reddy Author

Thank you @muthuannamalai12