JavaScript Reference Series

Javascript is an interpreted language with a C like syntax. While many people brush the language off as nothing more than a browser scripting language, it actually supports many advanced concepts such as object-oriented-programing, recursion, lambda, and closures. It’s a very approachable language for the beginner that quickly scales to be as powerful a tool as your skills allow.

This reference will cover the basic language constructs. This is not a beginner’s guide to programming. This article focuses on bringing people who already know another programming language up to speed on Javascript methodology. Additionally, this is not an exhaustive language definition, it is a broad overview that will occasionally focus in on some more advanced concepts. It’s here to get you started, other articles will focus on making you an expert.

  1. Essential Javascript
  2. Javascript Numbers
  3. Javascript Strings
  4. Javascript Arrays
  5. Javascript Functions
  6. JSON (Javascript Objects)
  7. Javascript Dates
  8. AJAX For Noobs

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