Ask DN: I've learned javascript. Now what?

over 6 years ago from John Wilson, Product Developer & Designer at • Freelance Designer & Developer

  • Armand GrilletArmand Grillet, over 6 years ago

    Javascript is an awesome language, if you don't know what to learn next you could try Dart. It's a really convenient way to start OOP if you only know JS for the time being.

    Now if you want to write JS for small projects and need inspiration, look at the Chrome Packaged Apps. It's an easy way to start building "applications" with just HTML, CSS and JS. You can do small extensions for a specific website and later work on big projects, personally I work on Mado now but I worked on small apps before, develop Chrome Apps is really simple and it allows you to do awesome things with all the APIs available.

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