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 What tutorial is best
The Dude
Posted: Apr 2 2006, 09:14 PM


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I have seen the list but I want to know what most people think. Where did you learn.

I have heard W3schools used the most in the invisionfree forum in programming or some forum like that. SO in your opion what tutorial is best for Javascript.
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Poku512
Posted: Apr 3 2006, 01:54 AM


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I used www.w3schools.com for HTML and CSS, learned basic javascript and php there too. Got most of my javascript and php from books laugh.gif
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Pete
Posted: Apr 3 2006, 08:53 AM


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Ideally with any programming or scripting language you would be better off buying a book if you're serious about learning it. I went out yesterday and bought "The PHP5 and MySQL Bible", and I can safely say it rivals any online PHP tutorial I've ever came across (Including Hudzilla).

So yeah, I think you'll find that if you pop down to your local bookstore (or Amazon), you'll find lots of books on Javascript. Some programming/scripting books can be fairly expensive though, so if you're only going to mess about in Javascript and make alerts, etc., you'd be better off with an online tutorial, maybe from w3schools.
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Poku512
Posted: Apr 3 2006, 10:45 PM


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QUOTE (Pete @ Apr 3 2006, 08:53 AM)
Ideally with any programming or scripting language you would be better off buying a book if you're serious about learning it. I went out yesterday and bought "The PHP5 and MySQL Bible", and I can safely say it rivals any online PHP tutorial I've ever came across (Including Hudzilla).

I agree, books are simply, well... simpler tongue.gif
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Pete
Posted: Apr 4 2006, 09:20 AM


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QUOTE (Poku512 @ Apr 3 2006, 10:45 PM)
QUOTE (Pete @ Apr 3 2006, 08:53 AM)
Ideally with any programming or scripting language you would be better off buying a book if you're serious about learning it. I went out yesterday and bought "The PHP5 and MySQL Bible", and I can safely say it rivals any online PHP tutorial I've ever came across (Including Hudzilla).

I agree, books are simply, well... simpler tongue.gif

Not only that, but I think you'll find that books are a lot more concise and a lot more thorough, since the author is actually getting paid to write it rather than doing it for fun.
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Poku512
Posted: Apr 4 2006, 10:22 PM


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QUOTE (Pete @ Apr 4 2006, 09:20 AM)
QUOTE (Poku512 @ Apr 3 2006, 10:45 PM)
QUOTE (Pete @ Apr 3 2006, 08:53 AM)
Ideally with any programming or scripting language you would be better off buying a book if you're serious about learning it. I went out yesterday and bought "The PHP5 and MySQL Bible", and I can safely say it rivals any online PHP tutorial I've ever came across (Including Hudzilla).

I agree, books are simply, well... simpler tongue.gif

Not only that, but I think you'll find that books are a lot more concise and a lot more thorough, since the author is actually getting paid to write it rather than doing it for fun.

laugh.gif True, money helps everything
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aerb1os
Posted: Apr 6 2006, 02:24 AM


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Like said above... the simple little word... BOOKS!
Books, I say! Cherios now! blink.gif blink.gif blink.gif

*Shoogah hi tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif ninja.gif

Anyway, ya get the idea...
GET A BOOK! biggrin.gif
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Jory
Posted: Apr 6 2006, 05:50 AM


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So, does any of you know a decent JS book?
Otherwise, technically, half of this was spam. rolleyes.gif

Also, yea, feel free to PM me titles of books for any tutorial list. smile.gif
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aerb1os
Posted: Apr 7 2006, 03:19 AM


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"Sam's Teach Yourself JavaScript In 24-Hours."
The name is misleading, though, it took me a few days to finish the book, but it has HTML DOM chapters, also. It's by far the best coding book; except Hudzilla, but that's PHP. >_< XD
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Martijn
Posted: Jan 21 2007, 07:45 PM


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So if I put this all together in a post you say get some books?
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