By Per Harald Borgen
Scrimba's code reviews are stellar, providing a high amount of personalized feedback. Reviewers give feedback via Scrimba's interactive screencast format, so you get audiovisual feedback on your code.
One small drawback is this course is organized by the projects you're building, with each section labeled by the functionality that you're implementing. As a result, it can be difficult to find where a specific topic is covered, to go back and review particulars of topics like looping through arrays.
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