Check Out Our New Guide to Learning JavaScript

Do you want to learn JavaScript? We have plenty of JavaScript courses and tutorials here on СodeHolder Tuts+, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to start.

Check Out Our New Guide to Learning JavaScript

So we’ve put together a free JavaScript learning guide to take you through the process from start to finish.

What You’ll Learn

The learning guide starts right from the beginning, with the simple question “What is JavaScript?”

It then takes you through the fundamentals of JavaScript and introduces jQuery, a cross-platform JavaScript library that makes it easier to write code for the browser.

At each stage of the process, the guide contains links to courses and tutorials that go into much more depth, such as:

  • Check Out Our New Guide to Learning JavaScript
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    JavaScript Fundamentals
    Dan Wellman
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    Introduction to jQuery
    Jeremy McPeak
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    JavaScript for Web Designers
    Adi Purdila
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    Modern Web Apps With React and Redux
    Andrew Burgess

The guide then introduces you to some popular JavaScript frameworks—both front-end ones like Angular 2 and back-end frameworks like Node.js.

Want to learn about cross-platform mobile development? There’s a section on that too, with information on frameworks like Ionic 2, React Native, and Cordova.

And the guide ends with a roundup of more advanced Javascript resources.

Start Learning JavaScript Today!

We’ve designed this guide to help you learn JavaScript from the ground up. So whatever stage you’re at right now, have a read of Learn JavaScript: The Complete Guide and check out the resources it links to. And if you find it helpful, be sure to bookmark it and use it as a reference throughout your learning journey.

JavaScript is constantly evolving, of course, so we’ll keep updating the guide with new information and links to fresh resources. You can also sign up to our weekly digests to get a comprehensive summary of all our new code tutorials each week.