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  • Title: JavaScript For Cats
  • Author(s) Maxwell Ogden
  • Publisher: GitBooks and JSForCats.com
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  • eBook: HTML
  • Language: English
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Book Description

JavaScript is a programming language or, in other words, a means by which a computer is instructed to do things. Just the same as one controls humans with hisses and meows, one controls computers with statements written in a programming language. All web browsers understand JavaScript and you can take advantage of that to make web pages do crazy things!

JavaScript started as a way to make web pages more interactive. Nowadays JavaScript runs in more places than just web browsers - it runs on web servers, phones and even robots! This page will teach you some JavaScript basics so that you can get up and running in no time*.

So don't be a scaredy-cat! The absolute worst thing that will happen is that you might have to refresh this page in your web browser if you get stuck. Don't worry though, this will happen very rarely.

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