Since I announced I was working on an updated JS course, I get tons of questions like "I got your JS course, should I wait for the update?" The answer is a clear NO 😅 Don't delay your progress just because there will be a new version. The new course is still many months away 🗓️
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I AM working on the course every day though 😉 This is a new small app for working with arrays 😍

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I'm trying to learn based off your course but with my own project. I kind of feel that I'm getting a bit ahead of myself with the project ideas and aiming too high. any suggestions on how to come up with something that I can do without getting too big?
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You can try to re-create small parts of real-world apps, or really simplify them. Like this screenshot, it's a "banking" app, but it does very little, it just displays movements, you can do simple operations, and that's it. Just build the app around the things you wanna learn 😉
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Thank You Sir. Jonas!!! Thank You for sharing your passion with us in understanding JavaScript! 💯
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I'm so happy that I'll get the course for free since I bought the old one
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Eagerly waiting for this !!
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No, it's an extremely simple app 😉
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Wow I am excited 😆
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@jonasschmedtman Can I combine that with nodejs and actually make that app come to life
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Sure, you could build an API in node
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