Heya, have been in the lookout for some good Javascript resources.

So far have been practicing from Interviewbit, Edureka and those freely available sources on the net.

It would be great if ya'll could share few important topics that are most likely to be asked in the interviews as well as topics that are crucial to work on projects in companies.

Thanks in advance.

My view about javascript is that you know to learn the basics and use the web when you can't remember things.

For example the following given as a quiz rarely finds a coder answer all correctly.
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Given that most have to deal with a full stack today, you learn to get your basics out of the way then keep your books or webs handy.

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