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JavaScript is so difficult.. Why?

I learn JS in Sololearn... but i find it so difficult to ans the ques wid js weapon...even the max Points I got is only 3/5...Is Sololearn enough to learn JS ?else plz anyone suggest me some other sources to learn JS in depth..

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6/3/2020 6:10:14 AM

Maha Laxmi

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Maha Laxmi pls use search bar before posting ur question As 💞 SHAINA 💞 shares u a similar post

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https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/790206/?ref=app

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Yeah! I am also feeling difficult😣... (Java script)

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Instead of trying to learn from SoloLearn 5-Question Player-VS-Player quiz. You can learn from building mini-projects, here are some of my video tutorials : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkqwj9vc20pUxlOP1DMZ-zX4_9kCM3DaF

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Sololearn's js challenges are not so important when we compare with the real time applications... Soo not an issue... Juzt chill up and practice more to score 5 out of 5.... Although 5/5 will be useful only in this platform 😶 So freeyaa vidu 😜😉

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You can't rely on single source in order to master the JS. You need other sources that might break down things down to your level or even explain it better than other sources. Search the Web and you'll get alot of options to play with. For instance, w3schools can be a reliable source to answer most of your basic needs. Best of luck

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💞 SHAINA 💞 if you're talking about node.js, JavaScript is run in asynchronous. But for normal JavaScript that run from browsers is synchronous programming language, and it's easier to learn compare to other high level language. Please go to start learning JavaScript course to know more.

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That's right ! I also have faced some troubles learning here ! I choose Coursera to learn more about js but it isn't for free . So,let me recommend some other sources : 1- You can learn the basics of js but on Khan Academy : - it will teach you loops , if statement.. etc . - Also khan academy provide lessons to learn drawing and animation with js using p5.js and more . 2- YouTube channels : - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsyeobzWxl7qtP8Lo9TReqUMkiOp446cV -https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7pEw9n3GkoW5bYOhVAtmJlak3ZK7SaDf - you will find what you need there. /* I hope that is helpful*/

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Calviղ that's not true, javascript supports asynchronous code on browser also.

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You can learn Javascript from this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9ooVrP1hQOGoYVit61V7Y1uPzfnBvN86

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I used to only study html and css. Html is a markup language, which is COMPLETELY different from a programming language. To gain better understanding of programming languages and their functions, try finishing python then move on to js.

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All I can say is just practice.

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Bhavya did i say JavaScript not support asynchronous codes on browsers?? 😮

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Yes Calviղ

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I am learning js from Udemy. After you may try for solo learn

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Bhavya and Calviղ I don't think JavaScript supports asynchronous codes in the browser. Are you talking about Promises? Because they are perfectly synchronous except you call an API or setTimeout which the browser executes on a separate thread. That is multi-threading and it is not done with JavaScript itself.

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Ore Adeleye Asynchronous and multi-thread running are 2 different methodologies. We can have asynchronous code running on single thread JavaScript too. Just by default, Nodejs run javascript code asynchronously in single thread, whereas frontend JavaScript run synchronous code by default in single thread on browser. Browser can run asynchronous codes with async/await or promise too. Bhavya I am still thinking I didn't say JavaScript not support asynchronous code on browser.

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AZHAGESAN S I would love to but that has no relation whatsoever to this question. Why not search sololearn q/a and if you don't find a thread that answers your doubts, create a new question?

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My suggestion is don't waste your time reading articles or watching YouTube videos because they aren't gonna cover everything you need to know. When i started learning JavaScript i found it hard too, and the reason was the resources i was learning from. So my suggestion is pick a book and go with it and you'll feel more confident about the language. I would recommend these 2 books that i read when i started learning JavaScript and they are amazing... easy to understand and beginners friendly - 1. Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (by Nicholas C. Zakas). 2. Head first JavaScript. (you don't have to buy these books, free pdfs are also available on pdfdrive)