anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the best way to learn JavaScript?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.w3schools.com This is a great website to start with for learning all of the various browser interpreted languages. http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_intro.asp -- This is the Javascript Introduction section. Enjoy!
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
http://www.w3shools.com http://www.educator.com
anonymous
  • anonymous
It should be noted that http://www.educator.com is not free.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you go to google and type in javascript tutorial or intro to javascript you'll get tons of solutions. My advice for learning any language, think of something you want to use if for and try to implement it while you'll learning. You'll still be learning but at least it'll be doing something fun while you're learning it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I wholeheartedly agree with CSLexy. Retaining information is so much easier when you're using what you're reading. So do as you learn. There are 'Try It' sections on W3Schools that let you try and manipulate some of the things you'll be reading.
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
Okk I know www.educator.com is not free but if you afford it then it is a good site! I think it is not too much expensive!
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is the best if you don't have any programming experience http://www.codecademy.com/
anonymous
  • anonymous
I use http://learnjs.info
anonymous
  • anonymous
Definitely check out http://codeavengers.com It's a new website that teaches you JavaScript through games and easy lessons. It's definitely the best way to learn, I should know (I'm the co-founder:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://ittrainingonline.co.in/ plz see once this website i think it is use for u..........
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would suggest trying to build a simple web application for yourself. Write a simple hangman game in JS using the DOM and CSS to animate it. This will give you a great idea of what lots of JS programmers use daily. It will cover the topics of User input, Browser and document objects, Arrays and custom objects, cookies, basic function usage, event listeners, and perhaps the basics of an xmlHTTPRequest (depending on how you retrieve your hangman words). So in short build simple games or utilities for yourself and these will actually teach you a whole lot about how js and your browser works.
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
i think http://www.codeavengers.com/ is a good site to learn.....!!

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