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    Senior Member kade119's Avatar
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    thanks for any replies

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    Senior Member imagn's Avatar
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    Can you be a little specific as to what you are looking for.

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    Umm... It's hard to get a tutorial for just a language. Javascript is complicated, and it's even more complicated by the fact that there's so much *bad* Javascript on the web that people consider good. There's more good Javascript out there than once there was, thank goodness, but there's still a ton of bad stuff.

    I'd advise picking up Javascript: The Complete Reference (or something like that) from O'Reilly, as it's largely considered the best book for it and one of the only ones that covers good Javascript rather than crappy techniques. Then, learn yourself a framework like Prototype or somesuch (there are books on these, as well). That should help significantly.

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    Senior Member kade119's Avatar
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    i bought the book "Simply Javascript" by kevin yank


    its very explanatory and delivers the context in a way anyone could understand and explains between good js and bad..

    thanks though shadowfiend


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