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    matt25
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    Can anyone recommend good sources to learn JavaScript? Preferably free but if its good then I don’t mind, I like learning best by seeing and doing, i.e. video casts and examples to try by i learn well from reading as well.
    Thanks

    #54026

    ikthius
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    http://www.google.com/search?source=ig& … earch&aq=o

    w3schools to start with

    #54014

    matt25
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    Thanks, I was going to do that after learning JS, W3 Schools is a good reference site. I have got hold of a book called ‘simply JavaScript’ and it seems pretty good so far. Any reviews?

    #53839

    Rob MacKay
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    "matt25" wrote:
    Thanks, I was going to do that after learning JS, W3 Schools is a good reference site. I have got hold of a book called ‘simply JavaScript’ and it seems pretty good so far. Any reviews?

    If you have no scripting experiance I would learn jQuery first Matt, it will give you instant access to JS… then as you get better at it you can expand your knowledge to plain JS. After learning jQuery you will know alot of the syntax, etc…

    #53849

    matt25
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    Thanks, I have now finished the jQuery for beginners Theme forest screencasts and am as you said going to come to javascript when I’m comfortable with jQuery.

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