Running JavaScript

I am learning JavaScript and am extremely interested in making games and other codes. I was learning it also on Khan Academy, and I heard about Code Academy, so I tried it out. I have 3 questions about JavaScript:

  1. Am I learning a different type of JavaScript on Code Academy compared to Khan Academy, or is it a different language?
  2. What is the difference between Java and JavaScript?
  3. Where am I supposed to run JavaScript when I am done with Code Academy? Is there an app I can get, or a website I can use? I have a MacBook Pro, just saying that in case if there are apps/websites that only work on a Mac.
    Thank You for the help!

I did KhanAcademy like 3 years ago, don’t remember anything about it, except that it isn’t valid JavaScript.

Java and JavaScript aren’t even related.
The World is the difference.[quote=“noahsilverberg, post:1, topic:29606”]
Where am I supposed to run JavaScript when I am done with Code Academy?
You can combine it with HTML/CSS and make awesome websites.

Thank you for the help @cadecodes!
I have a question though:
Where would I code and run the HTML/CSS?
And what is CSS?
HTML is like the Khan Academy one i think. Im not super far in Khan Academy though, so I don’t think I have gotten to HTML yet. I think that they have CSS.

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language.

CSS stands for Cascading StyleSheets.

KhanAcademy teaches some funky version of jQuery (A JavaScript Library).

You can get a host/domain name and make websites with all three.

Thank you again @cadecodes!
I still don’t understand what the difference is between HTML and CSS. I understand that they are abbreviations for different things.




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