Just use JS. FCC tasks and projects helps you with usage subjects.
You can read books along the way and use MDN ad hoc, while coding projects or doing challenges.
Do you prefer eating or sleeping?
That’s exactly what you’re asking here, books are 100+ pages of not just code, but also insight and best practices. MDN is JS documentation, that’s all.
I’ve been using this book along with FCC. Each chapter takes 5-10 minutes to read followed by 20 exercises on the author’s site. It’s been working well for me
For example, I’ve recently come across this series that explains and offers tutorials on Node.js / Express:
It even offers some really good insight on Mongo and Mongoose, providing explanations that I couldn’t get from the Mongo / Mongoose official docs.
That’s great to know
yeah, on our generation video courses are better than Books.
Practice makes perfect. MDN and 100,000 other guides are always useful.
I don’t know if we are the same generation! Personally I love reading. My degree is in English. And reading is a great way to learn in many fields. But for coding, video courses have too many advantages to ignore.
I’d like to get the name of that book gokcepaz!