After all, this is exactly what you’ll be doing on the job (or as your hobby), right? When you select one of the suggest projects from this site, you'll either learn something new or refresh your memory by reusing techniques you've already learned.
You should only move on to learning a new framework or language when you've completed and deployed 100 projects without following along with a tutorial.
Even though this site encourages you to use the source files in the github repo to see how a project works in the browser, we still link to the video source where the instructor explains his or her solution. This is in part to give the instructor his or her credit and to give a way to watch a solution if you happen to get stuck.
How to use JSBeginners?
- Read the description and click on the project to see it live in your browser.
- Git clone or download the source code to your local development environment.
- Once completed, provide a link to your project in the comment section so others can give you feedback and recognition!
VIDEO SOLUTIONS: If at any time you want to see the video solution of how the project creator solved the project, you’ll have to follow the link to their video (usually as part of a paid premium course).
Where to begin on JSBeginners?
Andrew's course is rated 5-Stars for sure!
Here's my public review of Andrew's course:
Andrew's course is not easy (no fault of his). However, it is very comprehensive and every concept is thoroughly explained…exceptionally well I might add. I just found myself watching his videos over and over a few times until things made sense.
One thing that stands out in this course is the flawless execution of his instruction. It's actually quite scary how flawless it is. He is very meticulous to discuss what he does, why he does it, and why the code works (or don't work) and goes from sentence to sentence without skipping a beat. There are no disinfluencies (ahh and umms) whatsoever. He does speak relatively fast though, which means that if you stray away from a concept for a few seconds you may miss an important explanation that carries on into future topics.
Thanks again for pouring your heart, soul, and time into this course, Andrew. I look forward to taking your other courses…after I finish your suggested Recipe App.
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