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Is there a good ECMAScript 12 course somewhere?

It's hard to find a functional course. Lots of history lessons, little code. I'm looking for something similar to Sololearn or even w3schools try it now. Help? Take a look for yourself https://tc39.es/ecma262/

4/14/2021 12:29:04 AM

Phil Andy Graves

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Hey Phil, FYI, if you are interested in JS the same as me, I recomend you to take up Jonas Schemedtmann's complete JS course. It rocks! You can purchase it at Udemy.com. You won't regret it. And if you need a book, I recommend JavaScript the definitive guide By David Flanagan or the eloquent JavaScript by Marjin Haverbeke. Brake a leg, pal🙏

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Saleh not really. I am only taking the course here to keep me from getting rusty through the week.

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Phil Andy Graves Oh see. You can visit Mozilla MDN.com to keep you updated. By the way, it's up to you, dude. I just meant to set you at ease!

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Saleh Ghazimoradi thanks. It's just I'm finding more these days from blogs than courses or books. I found a single post that went over, in detail, everything from es6 to es10. And I had to see if you would respond back! And let me know if you find anything else! Please and thanks (again) 😎

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Phil Andy Graves sure, dude. And no sweat!