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ISO Javascript tutorial/course.



  • Having just gotten my first MM-thatsnotamirror set up I’d like to dive in a little deeper.

    Waaaay back in June I took a HTML-CSS-JS course on Coursera (the John Hopkins one) and learned quite a bit. But now I’d like to really get in deep and there are so many options - buy a book, Mozilla Developer, W3Schools, Coursera, Udemy…

    So I’m asking the community for suggestions - understanding that we all learn in different ways - on what courses are worthwhile looking at…



  • @earnestrichards I have had the luxury/opportunity to learn on demand over my career, so classes have never been the thing.

    mm is a single page web application, updated with dynamic html, using JavaScript.

    run by nodejs, with it’s large expanding library of functions which really makes things a lot easier.

    mm sits on top of that and provides a very small set of functions to.modules to control when they can inject their content into the web page.

    I have a SampleModule which implements the mm spec as a place to start and play
    https://github.com/sdetweil/SampleModule

    welcome to the fun!



  • @sdetweil said in ISO Javascript tutorial/course.:

    @earnestrichards I have had the luxury/opportunity to learn on demand over my career, so classes have never been the thing.

    mm is a single page web application, updated with dynamic html, using JavaScript.

    run by nodejs, with it’s large expanding library of functions which really makes things a lot easier.

    mm sits on top of that and provides a very small set of functions to.modules to control when they can inject their content into the web page.

    I have a SampleModule vidmate which implements the mm spec as a place to start and play
    https://github.com/sdetweil/SampleModule

    welcome to the fun!

    Have you learn over your work experiences. I didn’t under by what you mean by on demand of your career.



  • @Kasey00 yes, learned due to work, or in case of mm, node/electron because I needed/wanted to.


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