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    Hey guys

    Most I've ever used JavaScript is use of jtools and Mootools JavaScript libraries. I would like to become much more proficient coding in JavaScript and HTML5 (never touched). Are there any books, online courses etc you recommend?


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    thenewbostons tutorials on YouTube are good, if a bit long-winded. I also recommend Codecademy, however JavaScript & HTML is really as far as you want to go with that, as you go into more complicated stuff the courses become worse & worse.

    Otherwise, you could learn the way I did (primarily), and look at others code and learn from that.
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    ^thumbs up

    I was going to recommend thenewboston. His tutorials are really dumbed down to explain exactly what he's doing.
 
 
 
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