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To become a JavaScript developer you will, of course, need to learn this programming language. But it will also be useful to learn HTML and CSS, other programming languages that are frequently used by JavaScript developers. Your high school’s computer science department might offer classes in these and other programming languages. There are also low-cost and free classes and tutorials on the web. For example, offers more than 125 free JavaScript coding exercises. If you’re a JavaScript newbie, check out the tips and tutorials at Once you learn the basics of JavaScript, begin using it to build basic apps and Web sites. Visit for a list of other JavaScript exercises and challenges. The following online learning platforms offer free or low-cost classes in coding: Code Academy (, edX (, Coursera (, and Khan Academy (

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