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Javascript and Ajax

Discussion in 'Programming' started by marly, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. marly

    marly Junior Member

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    It's time for me to turn nextlevel and do some serious javascript and ajax learning, but I want to do it right.

    Www.w3schools.com/js

    Is this the right place or is there a better one, for example a site or a book.

    Tyvm
     
  2. knaitas

    knaitas Registered Member

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    This can be your beginning, but I'd recommend thinking of a project and trying to do it with the help of google + stackoverflow. That way you will learn faster
     
  3. LostLife

    LostLife Regular Member

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    You can take the basic from anywhere. w3school is a great site and start to learn from there.
     
  4. Bshido

    Bshido Registered Member

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    Just browse through some channels. I recommend codeschool.com for learning javascript.
     
  5. rafark

    rafark Regular Member

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    W3Fools isn't a good resource. My personal favorite is books. I beileve O'reilly has a best seller and the de facto go to read in the subject.
     
  6. Viko1

    Viko1 Regular Member

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    I'm not a big fan of w3schools.
    Videos, books and PRACTICE is the best in my opinion.
    Books:
    Javascript The Definitive Guide - this is the bible
    Javascript The good parts - must read for every javascript developer
    Videos:
    pluralsight.com - they have almost every week a new course about javscript - node.js, frameworks, vanilla. It's paid, but if you use google you will find a way to get a 3months free trial.
    Good luck!
     
  7. John Nee

    John Nee Newbie

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    you should register a account at udemy or codeschool
     
  8. Diplomat

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    When I started learning programming ~15 years ago, w3schools was the website that I used. It's a great website that gives you basic understanding so yes, you should use that website. Use it to learn basics and then search for tutorials and try to follow them. While you are learning, try to build stuff that you want to build. You will learn a lot when actually building something.