I learned html and css, now i wanna learn javascript and i got the bare basics down (functions, objects, methods, arrays, loops). What now?

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Kevy:
Why don't you build a webpage or a whole website

Although you still need a Server-Side Programing Language… js can still do some awesome stuff, as its strictly Client-Side Programing.

Its good to learn the difference between the two… Server side and Client side.

You can also learn

JQuery

?:
You don't *need* a server side language, and if you know js objects you know JSON
Just keep building stuff, focus on what interests you and you'll end up learning everything you need
cpcii:
Then learn javascript and pick up one of the libraries (Like jquery) then learn a real language like PHP or ASP.net (C#/VB.net)
Caribbean Man:
Learn JSON, Ajax and JQuery (in that order).

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