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JavaScript for Kids by Nick Morgan

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Afterword: Where To Go From Here

Now that you’ve learned the basics of JavaScript, you’re ready to venture out into a whole, wide world of programming. You could learn another programming language, or you could choose to build on your knowledge of JavaScript, taking your skills to the next level. Where you go next is entirely up to you, but here are some ideas.

More JavaScript

We’ve looked at a lot of JavaScript in this book, but there’s much more you can learn about the language. Here are some books and websites that will help you learn more of the details of JavaScript:

  • JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford (O’Reilly Media, 2008)

  • Eloquent JavaScript, 2nd Edition, by Marijn Haverbeke (No Starch Press, 2014)

  • JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, ...

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