Thursday, 14 July 2011

Recommendations for Learning JavaScript and CSS Selectors

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9 comments:

  1. Also. This has just happened: Stanford's JavaScript-based Computer Science 101 Materials Available Online for Free

    http://www.readwriteweb.com/hack/2011/07/stanford-computer-science-course-free.php

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  2. Alan Richardson14 July 2011 at 09:55

    Super Splendid. Thanks Tony.

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  3. I find these tools very useful:

    1. Firefinder: which is a plugin for firefox (depends on firebug). it is very useful for testing that your css selector would work

    2. The console tab in firebug for executing your javascript code right on the page you are testing

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  4. Alan Richardson22 July 2011 at 02:46

    Thanks Samuel.

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  5. Alan Richardson30 July 2011 at 13:26

    Found this StackOverflow page answering this question with a lot of good references listed: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11246/best-resources-to-learn-javascript

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  6. Just an FYI, in terms of javascript quick reference, online quick reference sites are also useful if one doesn't want to purchase or carry around a quick reference book.

    Here's one I occasionally use:
    http://devguru.com/technologies/javascript/home.asp

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  7. Alan Richardson17 March 2012 at 01:06

    Thanks for the reference David

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  8. Code Academy (http://www.codecademy.com/) has been brilliant to me for learning javascript. There are more exercises than theory :)

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  9. Alan Richardson10 May 2012 at 06:27

    Thanks for adding the link Sharath

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