Learned JavaScript from codecademy where to learn more?
2014-06-02, 01:17 PM,
#1
Hello, i just finished my learning of JavaScript at codecademy where could I learn more and establish my knowledge and learn something more? Maybe there is a good website? I would prefer if it could be for free. Thanks for any suggestions!
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2014-06-02, 01:21 PM,
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You could visit YouTube and search for TheNewBoston's video's. He has some great video's and it might expand your knowledge of Java.
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2014-06-02, 07:01 PM,
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(2014-06-02, 01:21 PM)PsyK0 Wrote: You could visit YouTube and search for TheNewBoston's video's. He has some great video's and it might expand your knowledge of Java.

Thanks if anyone know something more please tell :)
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2014-06-02, 07:29 PM,
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http://teamtreehouse.com/ has awesome jQuery track if you're interested. They have a 14 day trial, so you can see if you like it. After that, if you're a student, you can get it for 9$/month. And btw Psyk0, don't confuse JavaScript with Java, because they're not the same language :)
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SmartTech(2014-06-02 07:54 PM) 
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2014-06-02, 07:51 PM,
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Don't learn anymore for now. Try to implement your knowledge which would be far more effective than just "learning the theory".

Try your own little "project" and learn by trial and error. At least this is what helped me most in the beginning.
If you still want to learn further though I would recommend going for JQuery (this is probably way more easy than plain JS*) and afterwards learning
a framework such as Angular.

*You wont even need plain JS most of the time. Ive been in web development since 6 years and I use maybe around 10% the "real" JS. Everything else is just libraries and frameworks.
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SmartTech(2014-06-02 07:54 PM) 
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2014-06-02, 07:52 PM,
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(2014-06-02, 07:51 PM)Vampyre Wrote: Don't learn anymore for now. Try to implement your knowledge which would be far more effective than just "learning the theory".

Try your own little "project" and learn by trial and error. At least this is what helped me most in the beginning.
If you still want to learn further though I would recommend going for JQuery (this is probably way more easy than plain JS*) and afterwards learning
a framework such as Angular.

*You wont even need plain JS most of the time. Ive been in web development since 6 years and I use maybe around 10% the "real" JS. Everything else is just libraries and frameworks.

Agree!

You need to get experience. So start some projects! :-)
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SmartTech(2014-06-02 07:54 PM) 
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2014-06-02, 07:54 PM,
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Yeah, but where to start, maybe there i could find any good project exercises?
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2014-06-02, 08:07 PM,
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(2014-06-02, 07:54 PM)leslijs Wrote: Yeah, but where to start, maybe there i could find any good project exercises?

Depending on what you want to do in the future. What I did at the beginning for example was a little website creator (everything dynamical with AJAX).

So use AJAX alot and use Jquery from the beginning on.
If your knowledge isn't high enough for this just go for some basic things such as sliders, accordions, tags.

EDIT: This are some good resources for learning the basics of JQuery. http://jqexercise.droppages.com/
Believe me, learning JQuery is way better than starting out with Javascript. (Later you can still move into Javascript to understand things even deeper).
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SmartTech(2014-06-03 04:22 PM) GROF(2014-06-03 12:28 AM) 
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2014-06-03, 04:28 PM,
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(2014-06-02, 08:07 PM)Vampyre Wrote:
(2014-06-02, 07:54 PM)leslijs Wrote: Yeah, but where to start, maybe there i could find any good project exercises?

Depending on what you want to do in the future. What I did at the beginning for example was a little website creator (everything dynamical with AJAX).

So use AJAX alot and use Jquery from the beginning on.
If your knowledge isn't high enough for this just go for some basic things such as sliders, accordions, tags.

EDIT: This are some good resources for learning the basics of JQuery. /
Believe me, learning JQuery is way better than starting out with Javascript. (Later you can still move into Javascript to understand things even deeper).

Thanks will check this site :)
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2014-06-03, 05:15 PM,
#10
check this website also: http://www.w3schools.com/
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