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Javascript Advanced Course

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A Complete JavaScript development Course

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$599

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$2000

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350h, 59 m

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All level

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About Course

We not only cover JavaScript in this course, but also include HTML and CSS. However, please note that we can only accept a maximum of 80 students.

 JavaScript is an essential language for modern developers. Having a strong command of JavaScript is crucial for securing a job and building high-quality web and server applications.

 In this course, you will gain a deep understanding of JavaScript, including how it works under the hood. This knowledge will help you avoid common pitfalls and greatly enhance your debugging skills. We will provide clarity on the aspects of JavaScript that may seem strange or incomprehensible to others, even experienced coders. You will discover the beauty and powerful capabilities of this language, which is at the forefront of modern software development.

 Additionally, this course covers ECMAScript 6 (ES6), the next version of JavaScript. It also includes a basic understanding of HTML and CSS.

 We will explore advanced concepts such as objects and object literals, function expressions, prototypical inheritance, functional programming, scope chains, function constructors (including new ES6 features), immediately invoked function expressions (IIFEs), call, apply, bind, and more.
To deepen your understanding, we will delve into the source code of popular frameworks like jQuery and Underscore. This will enable you to learn from and leverage well-written code created by others.
Finally, you will learn how to apply your knowledge to real-life projects, such as building websites with JavaScript.
By the end of this course, you will not only become a proficient web developer but also a better JavaScript developer. You will also gain a foundational understanding of JavaScript frameworks.
Please note that downloadable source code will be provided throughout the course. You will often receive “starter” code to begin writing your own code and “finished” code to compare your solutions with.
One unique aspect of this course is that it is divided into different sections, each followed by a question and answer session to ensure your understanding
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What Will You Learn

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Course Curriculum

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01. Introduction Section

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Welcome! Course Overview

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Why we use Programming language and how computer works

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What is Internet and how it works

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How Website works

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02. Introduction To programming Basics Section

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Introduction to the Section

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Why do we learn JavaScript

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How JavaScript works

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The main Purpose of JavaScript and Current Status of JS

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Core JS Syntax and Semantics

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Core JS variables- Declaring, Assigning, Changing and Naming Variables

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03. Introduction to Data Structure of JavaScript

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Introduction to the Section

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What is Data Structure and Why we need to know Data Structure and types of Data Structure

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Arthmetic and Assignment Operators

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String Operators and Comparison Operators

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Logical Operators

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Array

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04. Introduction to Functions and Conditional Statements in JavaScript

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Introduction to Section

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What is function and Why Function is Required

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Return Types Of Function

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Scope of Variables

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Conditional Statements

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If Statement

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If...else statements

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Switch Statements

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05. Algorithms and Loops

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Introduction to the Section

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Addition Function

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The minutes into Second Converter

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For loops

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While loops

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Do While loops

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06. HTML and CSS Introduction Courses

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Introduction To The Section

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HTML - ....

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CSS - ....

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The main Reason You have to Learn JavaScript

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JavaScript is Ideal for Newbies

Since it’s already installed on every web browser today, JavaScript spares the rookies from the chore of setting up a development environment. Newcomers can just jump in and start coding. It’s one of the most accessible entries into coding available, a value-add for beginners. There is also a large online community that offers support and advice.

JavaScript is an excellent tool for beginning programmers who want to expand their skill set into other languages. JavaScript supports valuable skills such as object-oriented, functional, and imperative styles of programming. Beginner developers, in turn, can apply these skills to any new language they want to learn, like Python, Java, or C++.


JavaScript is Easy to Learn

Not only is it a natural language to use, but JavaScript is also easy to pick up. JavaScript turns intricate details into abstracts, making things easier for the newcomer. Unlike the higher-level languages, JavaScript has more of a natural language feel to it.


It’s the most popular programming language

We start our list with possibly the most significant reason! According to Stackoverflow.com, JavaScript is the most popular programming language used by professional developers today. Even back-end developers choose JavaScript more often than not.


JavaScript also exists outside of the internet

JavaScript has many uses that go beyond its traditional internet roles. It powers smart televisions, works with the internet of things (IoT), creates native apps for iOS and Android, and builds cross-platform desktop apps, to name a few.

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