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Matthew Bibby

I agree with Brian.

But rather than trying to learn the whole language at first, think about what things you'd like to learn how to do and work towards solving those specific problems. You'll learn a lot that way.

Zsolt has some great examples on his site.

There are many examples in this challenge (and a few screencasts here).

I've got some tutorials on using JavaScript with Storyline on my site that you might find helpful.

If you want to go deep with JavaScript (in a non-Storyline way), Code School have some great courses. They are many other good courses out there as well. It's worth trying a few to learn which approach works best for you.

All the best with your learning Arnie and yell out if you get stuck!

VIjay Singh

Javascript and HTML5 both you need to learn. Both have their own importance, One is for designing another is for deploying the website/web application. But if you go through searching over the web then you need to go through with javascript tutorials first for learning then you need to go or move towards the HTML5 which is advance level of basic HTML.

Jon Shen
VIjay Singh

Javascript and HTML5 both you need to learn. Both have their own importance, One is for designing another is for deploying the website/web application. But if you go through searching over the web then you need to go through with javascript tutorials  first for learning then you need to go or move towards the HTML5 which is advance level of basic HTML.

Yes. I agree with this and wanna add practise a lot!