Learn JavaScript

  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 1 - Introduction to JavaScript
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 2 - Comments and Statements
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 3 - Variables
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 4 - Different Types of Variables
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 5 - Using Variables with Strings
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 6 - Functions
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 7 - Using Parameters with Functions
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 8 - Functions with Multiple Parameters
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 9 - The return Statement
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 10 - Calling a Function From Another Function
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 11 - Global & Local Variables
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 12 - Math Operators
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 13 - Assignment Operators
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 14 - if Statement
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 15 - if/else Statement
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 16 - Nesting and Fridays!
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 17 - Complex Conditions
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 18 - switch
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 19 - for Loop
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 20 - while Loop
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 21 - do while
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 22 - Event Handlers
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 23 - onMouseOver & onLoad
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 24 - Objects
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 25 - Creating Our Own Objects
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 26 - Object Initializers
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 27 - Adding Methods to Our Objects
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 28 - Arrays
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 29 - Other Ways to Create Arrays
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 30 - Array Properties and Methods
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 31 - join and pop
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 32 - reverse, push, sort
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 33 - Add Array Elements Using a Loop
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 34 - Cool Technique to Print Array Elements
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 35 - Associative Arrays
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 36 - Math Objects
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 37 - Date Objects
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 38 - Accessing Forms
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 39 - Accessing Form Elements
  • WatchBeginner JavaScript Tutorial - 40 - Simple Form Validation

Why Study JavaScript? JavaScript is one of the 3 languages all web developers must learn: 1. HTML to define the content of web pages. 2. CSS to specify the layout of web pages. 3. JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages. This tutorial is about JavaScript, and how JavaScript works with HTML and CSS.

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