Difference between Intro to Programming in JavaScript and Introduction to JavaScript

Intro to Programming in Javascript is a Pro Intensive program.

Introduction to JavaScript is a course offered in our free course catalog. Lessons are free. Access to the quizzes and projects will require of you to upgrade to Pro.

Key Differences between Intro to Programming in JavaScript and Introduction to Javascript include:

Community Support Resources

Intro to Programming in Javascript offers an online classroom support setting with Slack Chat Channels.

  • Discussion with peers includes asking questions and sharing resources!
  • We strongly encourage learners to ask for feedback on projects as well as to find partners to pair with. It’s often helpful to find a buddy (or two!) to help each other stay motivated and accountable throughout the Intensive.
  • Slack Moderators will answer questions, summarize important discussions and highlight helpful resources in the Slack chat channels. Moderators will also keep things on track as the cohort progresses through the coursework.
  • Project Reviews
    • You will complete and submit a couple of cumulative projects that a professional developer will review. They will provide feedback with notes.

Introduction to JavaScript

  • Community forums – this is accessible to Free, Pro, and Pro Intensive learners.
  • Post questions & code, seek advice, network. A hub that is loaded with lots of information.
  • Pro Upgrade with Intro to JavaScript
    • You will have access to quizzes and projects for additional study support, the extra practice that reinforces retention.


  • Introduction to JavaScript covers intermediate JavaScript, whereas Programming with Javascript does not.
  • Intro to Programming in Javascript includes videos and articles, Introduction to JavaScript does not.

Time Commitment

  • Introduction to JavaScript is a self-paced course, you can start and stop your progress whenever you choose to do so.
  • Intro to Programming in Javascript is a 7-week Intensive program. You can expect to spend 10-15 hours per week on coursework.
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit one here.


Article is closed for comments.