What are the best places to go to learn js/jquery on the web? I want to learn it and understand it fully but also be able to use my learning to write practical code (Being able to know how to make an animation on the fly or manipulate html elements.). Can you guys list maybe your top 3 resources?
@matt_sanford : Like most other resources out there, @jkinney768 prettymuch spoke for me. If you are like me and would rather learn something more hands-on or interactively then Code Academy is the way to go.
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@paulie_d : Yeah, i have seen the same question over and over. For some reason, instead of linking to previous posts i find myself saying the same thing over and over.. Now i am adding images :)
I happen to know Treehouse (full disclose: sponsors this site) has a complete course on jQuery that’s pretty new.
NetTuts has a big jQuery course as well: http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/news/the-largest-jquery-class-in-the-world/
You can search around this site for jQuery stuff. There is a ton of it.
I like the book Learning jQuery quite a bit.
Hopefully, those will be soon revised and republished.
There is also a free JQuery course here:
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Here are a few links I’ve collected in the past year or so:
And the best place for learning jQuery that I’ve found, at least equal to Code Academy: http://jqfundamentals.com/
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