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osama khaled It does not matter the language. What's important is learning the fundamentals such how memory works, primitives, algorithms, data structures, yada yada. Remember that all these languages are running on the same computers, just translating commands differently. So for the most part, a lot of them work the same way which is why the syntax is not important. Syntax is easy to Google, but problem solving skills is not something you can Google at all. That's something you develop over time as you learn how computers themselves work.
Not more than 2 months if don't break streak 🐯🐯💕💕
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Hmm it is well for a beginner and for advance you have to surf on network or google 💕💕🐯🐯
You can use youtube
The basic concepts of programming is same in all languages. Real need is to develop logical thinking like a programmer. There is only one solution CODE CODE AND CODE do lots of errors and smash lots of bugs. Implement what you learn in your own code,project.
osama khaled JS is really wide - used lang. You don’t have to learn all language. But sould learn only basics, DOM, ES(5 or 6) and modules ( or APIs) that your website ( or app ) must have. Sololearn and Mimo are the best apps to learn basics and DOM. W3schools and FreeCodeCamp are the best apps to learn DOM, ES (5 or 6) modules and APIs.
I learned html and js، is sololearn enough to learn js well?
osama khaled There is no such thing as mastering a language. It is virtually impossible and even Senior devs google basic syntax. You should be focused on problem solving and understanding the tools to help with those problems such as data structures, not trying to memorize syntax.
osama khaled I'm not sure that's possible. Frontend means the part of programs that users interact with. That's why it important to learn the fundamentals, cause also understanding what frontend/backend means isn't something you can learn from only learning syntax.
osama khaled It seemed like 💕💕♥♥⛄⛄ŘP⛄⛄♥♥💕💕 had some good pointers. They do a lot of Webdev, so I'm sure what they say will check out. 👍🏾
I think the problem is not how to learn the question is are you ready to learn?? Then if you think you're ready (I'll advise) start with the programming language that you think is the easiest for you (HTML CSS) then start with them. But if you already have knowledge on them go ahead and start JS (and back to your question this is a "Best place to start" for beginners) hope you understand
What is this html
By youtube and solo lean
I'm new to this and I don't know
Should i learing c++ before learing any other language?