You will learn a bit about the concept, and then try to implement that concept in an interactive online coding environment. Once you hit the right answer, you can submit your code to see if it’s correct. Codecademy also hosts community forums for learners to help you out if you ever get stuck — and all of it for free!
Let’s face it: most technical books about programming languages are boring. They are either pedantic (just shows off the fact) or didactic (instructions to code without the why).
The book is well-written and split into three parts, exploring the language, its relationship with the browser, and a brief introduction to Node.js.
5. “You Don’t Know JS” series by Kyle Simpson
Debugging code is always a tedious task. But the more you understand your errors the easier it is to fix them.