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#2
Thanks for compiling all these, I'm having a look right now!

Edit: Wow these are really in depth. I was expecting a couple basics pages, but these are full courses!
 

Lernia

Junior Member
#3
thank you! This will be an easy start to learn scripting, especially webmonkeys that was really good, instructive and easy.

I must learn javascript when I run my own website now ;)
 
#5
Can I ask? What is Javascript best used for? I'm looking to start front end designing, but I want to know - is javascript useful for that or only back end programming? Thanks!
 
#6
Can I ask? What is Javascript best used for? I'm looking to start front end designing, but I want to know - is javascript useful for that or only back end programming? Thanks!
Javascript isn't really used for back-end. It's used for front-end (libraries such as jQuery) and functionality. It's also used with HTML5 to draw things to the canvas. You CAN use JavaScript for back-end if you use something like node.js, but even node.js isn't suitable for everything.
 

aditk8149

Junior Member
#8
This is a very important share! :)
Thank you very much for that!

I think each of these sites are sufficient enough to give an overall understanding of how JS works. In a nutshell, sometimes it might come handy to an expert in the technology.
 
#9
Thanks for your compilation. I'm wondering if there is a particular resource that you believe to be the most useful? I guess it would make sense to just grab one and go for it, but I'd like to get some inside opinions from someone who has looked into them.
 
#10
I'd also like to add TheNewBoston's youtube channel he has a ton of web technology tutorial videos and it is where I learn how to be a developer. I started watching his HTML, JS, CSS, and PHP.
 
#12
Among those links you listed here, I only know about w3cschools. How funny of me to just learn one source. Anyway, I'll try those other links you mentioned, and I guess I'll improve searching habit.
 
#13
Thank you so much for generously sharing this piece of information. You are one of those in this forum that make me realise my objective of being a member here. What you shared is of great help to me.
 
#15
I have had to review the information time and time again. I have learnt a great deal and put many lessons I have learn by the information you shared.
 
#16
Thanks for sharing the links. I have enrolled for JS course on udemy, however, owing to my hectic schedule I am yet to get started with the course. I will check the tutorials the OP has shared and I will also try to find time to start my udemy course.
 


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