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Re: [opensuse] Aprendizaje Javascript, ahora lo que hago?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Aprendizaje Javascript, ahora lo que hago?
From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2012 09:50:09 +0200
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Roger *Luedecke escribió:

> he sido aprendiendo *Javascript en *codeacademy.*com . Ahora soy *nearly
> hecho con el *tract, y tener ninguna pista qué para hacer con lo que aprendí.
> Podría también consejo de uso en un IDE bueno. Comprobaba *Eclipse, pero
> para algunos lo razonan no ha sido construido para 12.1, y odio correr
> cosas que no son *packaged en un .*rpm. Conseguido cualesquier ideas en cómo puedo conseguir
> implicado con *FOSS utilizando *Javascript que es *suitable a un programador
> nuevo?

A mi conocimiento, *javascript es utilizado casi exclusivamente en navegadores, así que
inicio por escribir un *website?  Si pusiste junto algún *reusable código,
lo puedes publicar tan *FOSS.


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Roger Luedecke wrote:

> I have been learning Javascript on codeacademy.com . Now I'm nearly
> done with the tract, and have no clue what to do with what I learned.
> Could also use advice on a good IDE. I was checking out Eclipse, but
> for some reason it hasn't been built for 12.1, and I hate running
> things that aren't packaged in an .rpm. Got any ideas on how I can get
> involved with FOSS using Javascript that is suitable to a new
> programmer?

To my knowledge, javascript is used almost exclusively in browsers, so
start by writing a website?  If you put together some reusable code,
you can publish it as FOSS.


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Per Jessen, Zürich (9.6°C)

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