50 resources to help you start learning JavaScript in 2017

Daniel Borowski
Jan 5, 2017 · 2 min read

Over the last few years JavaScript has been surging in popularity as the language itself is growing, a majority of coding bootcamps teach the language to beginners, and the community is thriving.

If you are hoping to learn to code in 2017, become a front-end/full-stack/web/software developer, join a coding bootcamp, start building your own websites, or just want to learn more about JavaScript, hopefully the list of resources below helps you achieve your goals!

Online Courses

  1. One Month JavaScript

Articles

  1. Learn JavaScript essentials article by Eric Elliott

Books

  1. You Don’t Know JS (book series)

Advanced Topics

  1. How Browsers Work: Behind the scenes of modern web browsers

Libraries/Frameworks/Tools

  1. Introduction to React video

Server-side JavaScript

  1. Real-time Web with Node.js Course by Code School

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