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Benjamin Lowry
Benjamin Lowry
7,941 Points

Looking for advice with JavaScript

Hello all, I have completed the first course in the Front End Track for Javascript and as for many it was one of the more challenging courses to grasp and really understand. With that being said, I was wondering if there are other courses on Treehouse one might look to before going forward with javascript in the track...a review or more of the same from the first class couldn't hurt :) Found one that assists you with making a game? Any thoughts or reviews on this would be great!

Thanks.

2 Answers

Ari Misha
Ari Misha
19,274 Points

Hiya Benjamin! i just checked out "Front end web development" track , you just learned a lot tbh. Maybe now you can move on to front end frameworks like Angular or React. Trust me these frameworks will completely take your knowledge to another level. And they are really demanding in IT industries, including mobile development. When you're done with those, move on to back-end side of JavaScript, like Nodejs and Express. There is so much more to learn, this is ever changing industry. I hope it helped. (:

Tianni Myers
Tianni Myers
10,453 Points

Try talking the JS course at Code Academy(it's free) and come back to the one at Team Treehouse at a later date. That’s what I did, also you can buy a book on JS and read to build a foundation of knowledge first.