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Sanjeev Mansotra | How to Become a Good Javascript Coder?

Hi, I'm Sanjeev Mansotra I want to share a basic and easy way to learn JavaScript.
Points to remember-

  1. Understand the basics: Before diving deeply into advanced features, you need to have a strong foundation of the basics. Learn about JavaScript syntax, data types, variables, functions, loops, conditionals, and objects.

  2. Practice coding regularly: The best way to improve your coding skills is by practicing regularly. Try to build simple to complex projects that will challenge you and help you explore the features of the language in-depth.

  3. Read and contribute to the community: Read blogs, articles, and documentation related to JavaScript to stay updated on the latest trends and best practices. Participate in developer forums and communities, ask questions, share your views, and learn from others.

  4. Learn from others: Attend conferences, webinars, and online tutorials to learn from other experienced developers. Collaborating and networking with others will improve your skillset.

  5. Use tools and frameworks: Learning frameworks like React, Node.js, and Angular can significantly speed up the development process and help you focus more on solving the problem rather than syntax.

  6. Master debugging and problem-solving skills: Code will not always work as planned; thus, you need to have proper debugging and problem-solving skills. Use debugging tools such as browser debugging tools to identify and fix bugs.

  7. Stay up-to-date: JavaScript evolves at a rapid pace and new features and updates are released regularly. Keep yourself updated with the latest updates and trends in the market.

Becoming a good JavaScript coder requires consistent practice, learning from others, and keeping yourself updated with the latest trends in the market.

Basic coding -

//Basic JavaScript code to display "Hello World" in the console
console.log("Hello World");

//Basic JavaScript code to request user input
let name = prompt("What is your name?");
console.log("Hello " + name);

//Basic JavaScript code to create a function
function addNumbers(a, b){
let sum = a + b;
return sum;

//Basic JavaScript code to call a function
let result = addNumbers(5, 3);

//Basic JavaScript code to create a loop
for(let i = 0; i < 5; i++){

//Basic JavaScript code to create an if statement
let age = 25;
if(age >= 18){
console.log("You are an adult");
console.log("You are not yet an adult");

//Basic JavaScript code to create an array
let colors = ["red", "blue", "green"];

//Basic JavaScript code to create an object
let person = {
name: "John",
age: 30,
city: "New York"

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