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Is 100days enough to learn js ?

A 100 days of learning JavaScript

8/18/2022 1:01:05 AM

Crypton

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Hello Crypton, I have learned javascript for 3/4 years alone and I feel that I still need to learn a lot, with my experience learning javascript it's not only the language it self but many libraries, API's, like jQuery, all Firebase resources, and many more. I have learned integration, with node.js a month ago, and I still have many errors in the deployement, but I have successfully created an API with it and I will do my best to show it here on sololearn for everyone to see in a month or sooner. So I reccomend you to start learning and never give up on it, because you will have many errors in many codes to find success. If you think that you are good at that don't waste an oppurtunity. Good luck and all the best 👍😎.

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What is javascript? If you mean the language itself, yeah, then you can learn all the syntax within month or less. If you intend to work with html, you learn also javascript DOM which is just about to remember few methods. There are some worth to learn javascript APIs based what are you gonna to do with js. Libraries are for loosers, there is no point to learn them.

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It takes around 3 - 9 months to learn any language. So sure you'll learn something in 100 days. But will it be enough? That is for you to find out I suppose.

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Korkunç el Gato There is no end to learning. There are, however, goals. After completing lessons here, some may say, "I've learned this". For someone to believe such claims, it ultimately depends on their level of confidence. Those who have used this apps' lesson path as a guide and supplemented it with other resources to explore the route in more detail, will have more confidence than those who only completed the apps course.

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🔥 Anonymous 🔥 4 years in highschool plus 3 in university. Addin an internship to the list... got one more year of uni to complete. Ive been usin sololearn since i started uni as a helper tool. A really good choice, learnt way more than from my profs

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Crypton Knowledge never ends so what you are asking about, in this time it is possible to master basic JavaScript if you give only 1 hour daily because I have mastered basics in a month. Actually time depends on your grasping skills.

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You can learn js within 100 days. But after 100 days if you will look for previous topics then you've to revise again those topics. That means you can't master the any language ( for you js ) in 100 days. You need to spend more time to learn concepts and syntax and with proper practice. as Chris Coder told, you need 3 - 9 months for master the language.

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Chris Coder When does someone say to themselves "I've learned this". What do they mean when it's a programming language they're talking about? What is it that people have to have learned at least to say something like this?(as in objectives you'd see in a syllabus or task description)

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fun fact: Javascript was invented in 10 days

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The problem here is that you can't learn js to the core. All the senior developers are still learning. Just can the concept and start building project with it .

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🔥 Anonymous 🔥 Javascript was my first language, I had literally no idea of programming back then and I was able to learn it within 2 months so I suppose it is very possible cause I learnt java and basics of java SE also in term of month and java has much more stuff than js (file handling, threads, more syntax,...), I was talking about the syntax then there is on other hand the skill to use it effeciently for building bigger apps which can take years. I tried jquery and it just limited my work so I found best to use pure js cause you can do anything with it. I like firebase, if I said I don't like libraries, firebase is exception. I also did a chat app and few little games with firebase. If I add nodejs, it takes more than month for sure.

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Unless you are prepared for the fact that you will need to continuously need to learn to improve yourself you wont get far, no matter the amount of days you spend learning. Been learning C++ for 7 years already. Still learning. I learn sth new daily and thats how i develop

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I agree with Stefan Corneteanu but I'm not yet on the middle of 7 years of practice 😅😂😂

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In 100 days you can master the basics enough for most of your wants

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I think in 30 days you can learn whole js but rest is on your practice

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Chris Coder Thank you, that helps.

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thank you 🔥 Anonymous 🔥

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Crypton Welcome 😎