How to quickly learn to program in JS?

Tell me what topics to teach to learn javascript , or you need the whole textbook to pass the Il to read repository projects or to solve problems on codewrs ?
Just don't really understand how to build a learning curve to begin to use frameworks(what you need to know in front of them or what to practice)?
April 19th 20 at 12:25
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April 19th 20 at 12:27
JS to learn only to learn javascript. Books Express theorists, and you need practical skills, which you will find on learn.javascript.ru. This tutorial goes well theory + practice. The books you read then when you find a job. How to go through each lesson and at least try to complete the practical assignments, then you can proceed to the frameworks.
you have to pass all the chapters ? - Amparo_Yost commented on April 19th 20 at 12:30
@Amparo_Yost, I once read from the top to the section which explains how to work with the DOM derevom (this section is extremely important). And if you plan to study some realty, the section about classes is also very necessary. - estella_Mohr commented on April 19th 20 at 12:33
April 19th 20 at 12:29
I would advise to buy a very small notebook, 300 pages-no more, kind of "js for dummies".
Because learn.javascript is clearly not the best way to learn js from scratch. Not because the source is bad, the source is just great, but if you will undertake to study fully, it is likely to drown in a sea of information and throw attempts to study js.
So it is better to use more concise information from books is very simple, very accessible where everything is explained and information will be dosed, not at sea dive as would like to learn.javascript.
In parallel need the same simple booklets on html+css and then only try to watch some framework
Practice forgotten!
If you don't practice Your tips for learning books will be absolutely useless. - Myrtice.Hamill commented on April 19th 20 at 12:32
April 19th 20 at 12:31
I agree with CryNet, taught myself how to learn javascript :)

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