JavaScript Tutorials and other Resources

JavaScript Tutorials and other Resources
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#1

References

Find javascript libraries at http://jster.net

Quick JavaScript

Challenges

Exercises

Editors

Blogs

Books

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#2

Hey @Rafase282

Any recommendations on what would be the first one to start with?

I’m on Intermmediate/Advanced algorithms in FCC map but I have the feeling I’m missing something important, so something I could follow along and not use solely as reference, specially if I can take it offline, would be extremely helpful.

For example I have a very nice book I’m learning C# from (Head First http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920027812.do ). Do you know of a similar resource like these?

Thanks for all your recommendations and for the work and passion you put into the FCC project :blush:


#3

I personally haven’t read any JavaScript books yet. However, if you want books then http://eloquentjavascript.net/ is one I see people recommend often.


#4

Thanks, will look into it! :slight_smile:


#5

I’ve just started reading JavaScript Enlightment and it’s really good.

Plus its a free ebook => check it out here.


#6

If one is really interested in learning javascript can refer the following websites.These sites are almost sufficient to learn javascript alongwith coding part. Also can refer online books.

https://www.tutorialspoint.com//javascript/
http://www.w3schools.com/js/


http://www.htmldog.com/guides/


#7

Adding javascript30 to the list, a series of 30 mini-projects /exercises /tip sessions by Wes Bos, full of interesting things. Maybe not for the total newbie ? Free, with starter files if necessary. Very different things.


#8

A good book I can recommend for (absolute) beginners who want a more thorough introduction is ‘Head First JavaScript’. They take on a more guided approach, that is you are taken by the hand and never left alone. It costs a bug, but I think it’s a good investment though. I have the ebook version and happy with it, altough it has it’s lengths sometimes. If you already know a bit about JS you can just skip the respective chapters without worries or skim through them as a refresher if you aren’t too bored.


#9

I’ve got the ‘Head First Java’ soft cover … Thx for the tip!


#10

This sound good! Already bookmarked it. Thank you!!


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