JavaScript Summary

Now that you have learned JavaScript, what should you learn next?

JavaScript summary

In this tutorial, we have taught you how to add JavaScript to html pages to make the website more dynamic and interactive.

You have learned how to create responses to events, validate forms, and how to run different scripts based on different situations.

You also learned how to create and use objects, and how to use JavaScript's built-in objects.

For more information and knowledge about JavaScript, please refer to our JavaScript Examples and JavaScript Reference manual .

Now that you have learned JavaScript, what should you learn next?

The next step should be to learn HTML DOM and DHTML.

If you want to learn about server-side scripting, then the next step should be to learn ASP, PHP, .Net.


HTML DOM defines a standard method for accessing and manipulating HTML documents. HTML DOM is platform and language independent and can be used by any programming language, such as Java, JavaScript and VBscript. If you want to learn more about the DOM, please visit our HTML DOM tutorial .


jQuery is a JavaScript library.

jQuery greatly simplifies JavaScript programming.

jQuery is easy to learn.

If you want to learn more about jQuery, please visit our jQuery tutorial .


AJAX = Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.

AJAX is not a new programming language, but a new way of using existing standards.

Through data exchange with the server, AJAX can update a certain part of the web page without reloading the entire web page.

There are many application cases that use AJAX: Twitter, Google Maps, Facebook, etc.

If you want to learn more about AJAX, please visit our AJAX tutorial .


Unlike scripts in HTML documents that run on the client (browser), scripts in ASP/PHP files run on the server.

Using ASP, you can dynamically edit, change or add website content, respond to data submitted by HTML forms, access data or databases and return results to the browser, or customize it to be more helpful for different users Web page.

Since ASP/PHP files return pure HTML, they can be displayed in any browser.

If you want to learn more about ASP, please visit our ASP tutorial .

If you want to learn more about PHP, please visit our PHP tutorial .

If you want to learn more about .NET, please visit our .NET examples/tutorials