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Where to learn Javascript ?

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by Afillix, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. Afillix

    Afillix Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I want to learn coding in Javascript, may some of you guys tell me some good spots,ebooks,youtube videos, interative sites or programs where i might learn the basics and go further from there ?

    Regards
     
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    Jaeger Registered Member

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    If you are a beginner then there are 2 website I would like to suggest you, w3school and html.net. These two websites are very good for beginners. They have used very simple language for new learners. So I can suggest you these two websites to learn.
     
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    shaadisankalp Newbie

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    java scripting language is scripting language of the web. Html page is used to the java script add to functionality
    document.write("<h1>This is a heading</h1>");
    document.write("<p>This is a paragraph</p>");
     
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    code.org
     
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    auwal Newbie

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    At the beginning you should build your base strong. And I think for basic learning w3schools is best. Then improving your skills and creativity with youTube, it is a store of vast information.
     
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    provided your html and css is strong , I would recommend you lynda ,VTC or Udemy!

    all good, check what fits for you!

    cheers!
     
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    karthimx Newbie

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    you can easily learn in w3schools
     
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    I highly recommend the tutorials on HTMLDog as they're most geared toward beginners and have the least "documentation" feel to them. (I can't post links.)
     
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    team tree house = $50 a month, it's fun and easy to follow along with. If you're cheap, then you find their vids on torrent sites. But at $50/mo, it definitely worth it.
     
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    tristangemus Regular Member

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    I suggest starting at codecademy.com. It's free, interactive and great way to learn the basics. Once you finish that, I recommend using one of the big video learning sites from the following list:

    tutsplus.com
    lynda.com
    teamtreehouse.com
    codeschool.com

    To further your knowledge, hit up amazon and get a few books. Some video tutorials are pretty basic so books may be the answer to further your knowledge.

    Tristan
     
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    wpexpert1992 Newbie

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    Look no further than tutsplus. Good quality. And you can get JS torrents easily. :)
     
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    CodeAcademy is sufficient enough for javascript.
     
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    1 - Google ( Any Thing you want to learn + torrent )
    2 - Open PirateBay and KickAss Results
    3 - Download from Both Trackers

    Congratulation, you have more than enough data to learn anything you want

    Welcome to 2013 :)

     
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    OP, never heard of Internet & Google.com
     
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    This. First and best answer for newbies.
    I have finished JavaScript/ jQuery / php/ Python / html and css courses (did not learn Ruby, instead i took Python).

    What can I say, the best interactive learning platform for starters, they are also planning to add c/c++ basics and java, not sure when, but it was mentioned in development journal.

    Anyway, after the month, i am able to do some pretty designing myself followed by some nice functions.