Learn JS framework as a way for better understanding JS language. Is it possible? I feel that I know JS for some level and now want to deepen my knowledge. What JS framework you can recommend from your experience. I started to watch some tutorials about AngularJS. What do you think about Angular?
Also, it’s very fast and handles asynchronous design VERY well. That’s why people love it so much.
It’s like driving;let’s say you just learned how to drive. The best way to get good at it, is to actually drive around for hours and hours. But if you would skip right ahead to learning how to drive a Formula 1 racecar, you may become an F1 expert, but also miss out on some basics of “regular” driving.
If that makes sense ;)
The one thing I’ve learned from coding is that there are no shortcuts. To learn something well, you have to practice, practice, practice, and also practice. Skipping ahead, crash courses, fast tutorials….they will teach you things but never as much as just coding as much as you can.
It doesn’t have to be anything useful or practical, but just having an end goal helps define what you’ll need to know to reach it, and then you can learn those things.
I agree too, but my point as an almost noob in JS is to find different ways to learn JS and most important to understand what JS can do, before creating something by himself.
If you want to learn how to use libraries, go for it. It’ll help you “get stuff done” in the short term.
What have you done to learn JS? Have you read a book or taken an online course? If not, I suggest you start there with JUST JS. Then, you can move on to other stuff. Learning vanilla JS will very much be an advantage to you in the future.
Thanks guys for your replies. I appreciate this.
I can’t properly explain, because my poor English.
What have you done to learn JS? Have you read a book or taken an online course?
JS is my first step in programming and it really cool :)
@JacobPeters thanks for link!
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