If you're here, I'm assuming you already know a good bit of Javascript. But if for some reason your goal is entirely getting started hopefully this will help.

One of my close friends is a electrical engineer. I asked him if he wanted to get into Javascript + Web development and he said he was interested. Out of curiosity and for science, I'm creating a sort of "crash course" on Web Development. He has some Python knowledge, but the goal for this is to get him to be able to make fully fledged websites in a fairly short amount of time.

This project intends to be similar to learnXinY, but there are some things that I want to be more in-depth for. And things I think that are more important. Not only am I trying to teach him the basics of Javascript, but also the foundations of web development, and frameworks as well.

Obviously this is a growing project/repo. As of 8/13/17, I've only finished the basics of Javascript. And I will be contributing as time goes forward.

The Github link for this project is here.

If you have any ideas or suggestions, Pull Requests are welcome!