Factors Affecting Learning Time
1. Start with the basics
2. Use online resources
3. Practice, practice, practice
Like any skill, programming requires practice to master. Once you have a good understanding of the basics, start building your own projects. Start small and work your way up to more complex tasks. The more you practice, the more comfortable you will become with the language.
4. Embrace the community
5. Keep up with the latest trends
Week 1: The Basics
Week 2: Intermediate Concepts
As you learn new concepts, try to apply them in projects. Build a simple calculator, a to-do list, or a weather app. Practice is key to mastering any programming language.
Week 3: Advanced Topics
The third and final week will cover more advanced topics such as DOM manipulation, AJAX, and APIs. You can explore these concepts through online courses, tutorials, and documentation such as MDN Web Docs and W3Schools.
By the end of the week, you should be able to build a dynamic web page that interacts with APIs and updates the DOM based on user input.