Where can you find useful resources to help you with JavaScript?

A quick guide for useful learning resources on the internet

Trung Anh Dang
Mar 21 · 3 min read
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Here are some top places you should bookmark as a beginner coder. These places offer invaluable advice, help, hacks, tips, fixes and everything else to do with your JavaScript code.


One of the biggest programming communities on the Internet, StackOverFlow has millions of experienced and beginner users who are ready to offer help and advice. Within you can ask questions about JavaScript, scripting, networking and countless other topics.

Check it out at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/javascript


Many experienced and serious programmer use Reddit as a resource of useful information. There are many communities within dedicated to coding and there are also a lot of coding jokes, the sort that only programmers would get.

Find out more at https://www.reddit.com/r/learnjavascript/


Quora deals with a wide range of topics, from who would win a fight between Popeye and the Hulk to how to I pass a studio password through JavaScript code. Once you logged in you can browse the questions, search for specifics and post your own.

Check it out at https://www.quora.com/topic/JavaScript-programming-language


A part of the StackOverFlow network of communities, StackExchange is by far the largest programming led community on the Internet. You can ask any programming specific questions and get answered professionally and expediently.

Find out more at https://stackexchange.com


With articles, discussions, source code, and excellent community, CodeProject is certainly worth bookmarking and paying daily visits to. It covers virtually every programming language you can think of, and questions are quickly answered in a professional manner.

Check it out at https://www.codeproject.com/Tags/Javascript

JavaScript in Plain English

JavaScript in Plain English contains quality articles about all JavaScript-related content, whether that be vanilla JS, React, Node, Vue, Svelte, Angular, Webpack, Jest, GraphQL, Software Engineering, and so on on.

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