Top JavaScript GitHub repositories For You.

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#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies
Some of the main advantages of JS are its community and ecosystem. The ecosystem is huge and it is very easy to get lost sometimes.

Here I will share some of the trending JavaScript GitHub repositories for you.

These are the ones for which community is most excited about today.
1- Airbnb JavaScript

Airbnb, Inc. is an American vacation rental online marketplace company based in San Francisco, California, United States.…
2- The Algorithms JavaScript

A repository for All algorithms implemented in JavaScript (for educational purposes only)…
3- JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

This repository contains JavaScript based examples of many popular algorithms and data structures.…
4- Git Book teaching programming basics with JavaScript

This book will teach you the basics of programming and JavaScript.…
5- 30 Day Vanilla JS Challenge by Aka Wesbos…
6- JavaScript-questions

A long list of (advanced) JavaScript questions, and their explanations…
7- Awesome JavaScript

A collection of awesome browser-side JavaScript libraries, resources, and shiny things.…
8- clean-code-JavaScript

Clean Code concepts adapted for JavaScript…
9- Complete-JavaScript-course by Jonas (My Best Teacher of JS)

This repo contains starter files and the finished project files for all the projects contained in the course.…
10- JavaScript Patterns…
11- Modern JavaScript Tutorial

This repository hosts the English content of the Modern JavaScript Tutorial, published in…
12- JavaScript: Test-Driven Learning

This project is aimed to help the user further study JavaScript with a test-driven approach. Each unit contains an annotated tutorial and a platform where you can test your understanding of the topic.…
13- Computer Science in JavaScript

Collection of classic computer science paradigms, algorithms, and approaches written in JavaScript.…
14- JavaScript-testing-best-practices

Comprehensive and exhaustive JavaScript & Node.js testing best practices (October 2020)…
If you’re a beginner to JavaScript and want to learn JavaScript e2e concepts, here’s a great course by @WellPaidGeek who is coding for 20+ years.

I highly recommend buying this course.

Here is the if someone is interested.…
if you are looking for some advanced course then zero to mastery academy @zerotomasteryio did a marvelous job here.

checkout this course. 👇…
And you are looking to build some real-time projects then this could be a game-changer in your career.

Hope you like this one💙

Please share your feedback.…

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