Our Top 10 Most Popular Frontend Articles of 2020

Our Top 10 Most Popular Frontend Articles of 2020

Taking a look at the stats behind our best-performing articles of 2020

2020 has been a difficult year for all of us, but it’s been a year of incredible growth for this publication.

We grew from two hundred followers in January 2020 to over two thousand followers. We are extremely proud that Frontend Digest is now one of the most-read publications on Medium for topics like JavaScriptReact and NextJS.

While an international move slowed down progress on Frontend Digest towards the end of 2020, I’m looking forward to spending more time and effort growing this publication in 2021.

If you’re looking interested in writing for us and looking for inspiration, take a look at our best performing pieces of 2020. Maybe one of them will inspire you to write something even more popular!

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ReactJS: The Javascript Developer’s Guide

This article will walk you through the concepts you would need to know to step into the world of widely used ReactJS.

Learning JavaScript: Development Environments for JavaScript Programming

One of the nice things about learning JavaScript these days is that there is a plethora of choices for writing and running JavaScript code. In this article, I’m going to describe a few of these environments and show you the environment I’ll be using in this series of articles.

Learning JavaScript: Data Types and Variables

To paraphrase the title of an old computer science textbook, “Algorithms + Data = Programs.” The first step in learning a programming language such as JavaScript is to learn what types of data the language can work with. The second step is to learn how to store that data in variables. In this article I’ll discuss the different types of data you can work with in a JavaScript program and how to create and use variables to store and manipulate that data.

[ Professor JavaScript ]: Introduction

Professor JavaScript is a JavaScript online learning courses YouTube Channel. Students can learn how to develop codes with JavaScript from basic to advanced levels through the online courses in this YouTube channel.

Now Learn JavaScript Programming Language With Microsoft

Microsoft has released a new series of video tutorials on YouTube for novice programmers to get a hands-on renowned programming language — JavaScript.