Where to learn Javascript ???

+4 Erp Eight · October 31, 2014
hey everyone!! I just watched Buckys Javascript videos but they are not enough to make awesome sites.
thats why i am searching for new javascript video tutorials if anyone know advanced javascript tutorial please let me know or if anybody know a good book of javascript ( through i hate reading books ) let me know.
thanks!!!

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0 Adrian Rios · November 1, 2014
just learn jquery here in buckyroom 
+1 Predrag Kostic · November 12, 2014
The website codecademy.org is a great place to learn some JavaScript and jQuerry, they also have tutorials on HTML & CSS if you didn't already grasp the basics of those two.
0 Nikolaos Themelis · November 13, 2014
Codecademy!
0 Susan Moss · November 13, 2014
Please check this study group at Reddit, is an attempt to organize and Learn JavaScript Properly:

"Learn JavaScript Properly - Omnibus Post"

http://www.reddit.com/r/learnjavascript/comments/1oq8ns/learn_javascript_properly_omnibus_post_for_the/

http://www.reddit.com/r/learnjavascript/comments/1ceefw/learn_javascript_properly_omnibus_post/

 Also check related links in the side bar..
0 Predrag Kostic · November 13, 2014
That's interesting,might try it..
0 Colonel Panic · November 15, 2014
W3 schools is a great place to check out anything to do with web dev.

They do a great job of showing examples and providing test beds to try out some of the code they are teaching. 

http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp

If you get through all of the videos here, W3, and codeacademy.com, and still don't know how to use it. Then I would look at some open sourced sites that have a lot of JS coded into it.  There are a crap load of websites that will allow you to download pre built web templates to use for your own.  I found http://html5up.net/ to be a great example source on how to utilize JS, and Jquery.
+1 William Abboud · December 6, 2014
I have been programming in JavaScript for 3 years now and I have looked at tons of articles on the web on how to properly learn JavaScript. I find this particular article to cover the complete path to becoming a JS ninja. Also look at the stackoverflow question that was asked long ago the top answers are pretty good.

http://javascriptissexy.com/how-to-learn-javascript-properly/

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11246/best-resources-to-learn-javascript
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