Java and Javascript done. Now what?


#1

Hey guys, I just finished the command line course, the java, course, and the javascript course. I jumped into the angularjs course, but honestly I feel a bit lost like there is a step I am missing along the way. My goals are to learn nodejs and angular, but is there another course I can do in the meantime that can "catch me up to speed" so that I can be where I need to to really dig deeper into what the code is doing at this level? I think I may just trudge through the angular course in order to try to understand it and then double back and do it over so that I can actually display my knowledge. Is that the fastest way to understand? I don't want to repeat steps if I don't have to. Just for reference a friend of mine recommended that I become familiar with spring tools suite for developing and so my goal is to be able to code like a master and create apps I am not sure if I want to focus on front or back end development, but my goal is to become proficient with STS, From that perspective what would help me develop the skills I need to do that?


#2

@webmaster34593,

+++ what after javascript
Did you try...
https://www.codecademy.com/pro/my-path?utm_campaign=ad_narrative_testing_nov_2015&utm_medium=internal_ad_my_path_ad_tab&utm_source=codecademy_platform
IMHO...
As you mastered the Javascript course
you have the knowledge of
- data manipulation techniques, ( object, array )
- accessing associated Value's of objects and array's
- creation and execution of function's
- object prototype

You will have to acquire more depth for
- closure's
- hoisting
- debugging
- google search
- javascript [your question] site:developer.mozilla.org
- javascript [your question] site:stackoverflow.com
- www.crockford.com
- - http://javascript.crockford.com/code.html
- - http://javascript.crockford.com/survey.html

I would suggest to read the following article
and use it as a guidance in your further path...

Do the

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  • HTML & CSS -Course
    • HTML Tags and the syntax
    • style / class / id attributes
    • google search
    • html [your question] site:developer.mozilla.org
    • html [your question] site:stackoverflow.com
  • CSS selectors
  • CSS properties and there associated Value's
    • css [your question] site:developer.mozilla.org
    • getbootstrap.com

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  • jQuery -Course
    • www.jquery.com
    • jquery [your question] site:jquery.com
    • getbootstrap.com

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  • Make a Website -Course

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  • Make an Interactive Website -Course

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Then learn Rails, Angular.js, Ruby on Rails
which has ruby-syntax prerequists..

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A compilation
++++ what after codecademy....
https://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/559f9dbb76b8fe2e01000155
http://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/52c05cd052f86301c3008b6b
http://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/5197db9bbcd2bf5947004ed3
http://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/5198f814294ee3f7800017f7
http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/javascript-original
http://learn.shayhowe.com/advanced-html-css/
http://www.learnlayout.com/
http://www.codeavengers.com/
https://developers.google.com/apps-script/
Danny Goodman's JavaScript & DHTML Cookbook
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/162144/what-are-the-good-ruby-on-rails-hosting-service-out-there
http://jsplain.com/javascript/index.php/Thread/124-Questions-from-the-Math-JavaScript-Library
http://getbootstrap.com/css/
http://pando.com/2013/04/05/ten-websites-that-teach-coding-and-a-bunch-of-other-things/


#3

Maybe deepen your javascript understanding first? I haven't done much angular, but is different syntax, it always stays a gap.

Learn html and css, since you need this for angular


#5