Not sure there is an answer for that. Pick the content and proceed forward, is what one might picture. Only thing is this wading pool may start at the deep end, some times.
Why not consider taking Front-End Engineer or Full Stack Engineer?
I have a doubt as to why it is teaching NodeJS
Very good question. It seemed odd to me too and left me a ton of unresolved doubts.
Unfortunately not that I’ve seen yet. But I still have to finish the 3 career paths for webdev as I am just at about 40% each.
The best method I followed to learn JS properly has been the Mozilla Development Network website (MDN for short). Go to the APIs page:
Pick the API you want to learn to use and just study and practice it
In my opinion two must-to-learn are:
But as you can see there are a ton of them, so in terms of time and concentration doing all of them is expensive (MDN is a free resource economically speaking), so in order to choose you’ll need to know exactly what kind of projects you want to develop.
Is this helpful?
Which are that courses. Mentioning them could be helpful.
FYI: I am not a Pro user.
There is one called Building Interactive JS Websites but it’s a Pro course. It really depends on what you are interested in building but Learn React, p5, Phaser are all non-pro where you will use JS for the web and there are more. It depends on what you want to build. But for websites, make sure to also go through HTML/CSS courses as it’s essential.