Great Resource for JavaScript Beginners

Trying to learn SuiteScript, but don’t know JavaScript yet? If you don’t have a good foundation in JavaScript, it will be more frustrating and take longer to learn SuiteScript than it would if you knew your way around JavaScript.

If you’re just getting into writing code, then JavaScript coach Chris Ferdinandi has a great resource to jump start your JavaScript: The Vanilla JS Academy.

Chris is an excellent coach, and his lessons are all project-based, which means you’re learning through real-world examples, not trivial exercises. Give it a try, and let me know how it goes!

The better foundation you build in JavaScript now, the better SuiteScript developer you’ll be in the long run.

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