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Wednesday 15 June 2016

Online Resources to Learn Javascript

In this post we will be discussing about online resources to learn JavaScript. JavaScript is a high level, dynamic, untypes and interpreted programming language. It is the programming language of HTML and the Web. It adds interactivity to your website (for ex. games, response, alerts, animation, etc). The best thing about JavaScript is its full integration with HTML/CSS and its supported by all browsers.

The Online Resources to Start Learning JavaScript are as follows :

1. Mozilla Development Network

Mozilla Development Network (a.k.a MDN) is one of the best places to start learning JavaScript. The best thing is that the creator of JavaScript Brendan Eich is also the co-founder of Mozilla, so you will get to learn a lot from here. The tutorials in MDN are divided into Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced thus will help you to make strong base in JavaScript.

2. Web Platform

In the Web Platform you will get the latest information on how to use the technology that runs the web - HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more. The good thing is that Web Platform is not run by a single corporation, or a single person, here anyone is welcome to help write and edit the documents. Thus they call it Web Platform is work in progress.

3. JavaScript Info

In JavaScript Info you will get the details about scopes and closures, documents and events, frames and winsows. The tutorial is very concise and is easy to read.

4. JavaScript Garden

JavaScript Garden is a growing collection of documentation about the most quirky parts of the JavaScript programming language. It gives advice to avoid common mistakes and subtle bugs, as well as performance issues and bad practices, that non-expert JavaScript programmers may encounter on their endeavors into the depths of the language.

5. Code Academy

In this you will learn the basics by actual coding not just by reading. This will not help you to build the complicated web apps but its an excellent place to start on if you have no experience with programming.

6. Microsoft Virtual Academy

In Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) you will get free Microsoft training delivered by experts. Its training courses are available to Developers and IT Professionals who want to expand their career horizons. As you can see it has a number of JavaScript tutorials ranging from beginners to advanced.

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