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Well, the amount of time that it takes to learn JS really depends on the method you use. You can choose between online courses, books, in-person so whatever you think works better for you. A digital marketer at UX design and mobile application development agency Codal chose the online class system and says that it only took her a year to learn the language.
CSS to specify the layout of the web pages
HTML to determine the content of web pages and
When it comes to a specific concept-related challenge you have to be persistent t and keep going through any frustration or confusion that might come. Remember programming gets easier with practice regardless of the language that you are learning at the moments. So remember the more you practice the better you will get. And you come to any problem remember that there are many resources around you to help you stay current with changes and to get past any challenge that you might face throughout the way.
- There’s are approximately 3 ways you can do everything: the ES6 way, the “old” way, and then functional vs non-functional. Those different styles can clash sometimes, and as a beginner – it might be challenging to understand which is which
This means that at any given moment, type coercion, variable scoping, etc. It all makes it a bit difficult
His recommendation is to do two things:
- Focus on the fundamentals. JS has variables, loops, if/else, etc – like any other language. First start from there and overlook the frameworks.
- Find a project you are interested in and work on that. Understand the “next task” you need to know to achieve the design and go from there.