Archive for the ‘projects’ Category

What Tutorials Don’t Tell You: How to Approach Projects

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I often hear that people who follow tutorials find themselves unable to approach JavaScript projects on their own. One reason this happens is that tutorials give you a neat set of steps rather than the actual process of figuring out those steps on yo...

Projects Can Sometimes Be the Worst Way to Learn JavaScript

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This article was peer reviewed by Tim Severien and Chris Perry. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! One of the most surprisingly dangerous pieces of advice to JavaScript learners is to "just d...

Editorial: A Spotlight on Interesting JavaScript Projects

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This is the editorial from my latest JavaScript newsletter, you can subscribe here. Occasionally while browsing the web I come across some cool project or library that does something I'd never thought about doing (or didn't know could be done) with Jav...