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Learn JavaScript LiveLessons (Video Training)

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  • Copyright 2020
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-675305-1
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-675305-6

4+ Hours of Video Instruction

JavaScript started as a basic language for performing simple computations on web pages, but it’s now become one of the most popular–if not the most popular–programming language. Over the past few years, it’s become possible to do pretty much anything using only JavaScript: We can write entire front-end applications using React, Angular, or Vue. We can create JavaScript servers using Node.js. We can make JavaScript-driven desktop apps using Electron. We can even develop mobile apps in JavaScript using React Native. In other words, JavaScript has become the common tongue of the software-development world, making it possible for a single developer with a single programming language to build programs that only a few years ago would have required an entire department.

Join Shaun Wassell and take a journey into the universe of modern JavaScript. This LiveLessons offers manageable, thorough, step-by-step guides to learning and mastering modern JavaScript.
Description

Learn JavaScript LiveLessons gives first-time JavaScript users what they need to become successful developers. Shaun Wassell offers a modern, full-fledged introduction to JavaScript. In particular, the viewer will learn the modern syntax of JavaScript: ES6. Shaun delivers step-by-step guidance that will take the learner from the basic syntax and concepts of JavaScript, all the way through the more advanced concepts that are covered in technical interviews.

Skill Level

  • Beginning to Intermediate

What You Will Learn
  • Learn modern JavaScript from the ground up
  • Build a basic server using JavaScript and Node.js
  • Master the best practices of modern JavaScript
  • Write high-quality, readable code
  • Skillfully answer technical interview questions
  • Write and run modern JavaScript programs
  • Learn how to take advantage of recent language additions
  • Master the finer points of JavaScript ES6+

Who Should Take This Course
  • Junior software developers
  • Software engineers
  • Full-stack developers
  • Front-end developers
  • Back-end developers

Course Requirements
Prerequisites:
  • Basic knowledge of how programming works
  • Some experience with command line (not required)

About Pearson Video Training
Pearson publishes expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. These professional and personal technology videos feature world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include IT Certification, Network Security, Cisco Technology, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, and more. Learn more about Pearson Video training at  http://www.informit.com/video.Video Lessons are available for download for offline viewing within the streaming format. Look for the green arrow in each lesson.

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: What Is JavaScript?
Learning objectives
1.1 Learn what you can do with JavaScript
1.2 Take a look at JavaScript’s features
1.3 Learn the pros and cons of JavaScript
1.4 Learn the JavaScript dialects and browser compatibility
1.5 Running code using a REPL
1.6 Learn basic JavaScript syntax

Lesson 2: Learn the 8 JavaScript Data Types
Learning objectives
2.1 Learn the 8 data types
2.2 Learn about JavaScript’s “Number” type
2.3 Learn about JavaScript’s “String” type
2.4 Learn about JavaScript’s “Boolean” type
2.5 Learn about JavaScript’s “Object” type
2.6 Learn about arrays in JavaScript
2.7 Learn about JavaScript’s “Function” type
2.8 Learn about JavaScript’s “Undefined” type
2.9 Learn about JavaScript’s “BigInt” type
2.10 Learn about JavaScript’s “Symbol” type

Lesson 3: Learn Basic JavaScript Control Flow
Learning objectives
3.1 Learn about equality in JavaScript
3.2 Learn about If statements in JavaScript
3.3 Learn about For Loops in JavaScript (For-in and For-of)
3.4 Learn about While Loops in JavaScript (while and do-while)
3.5 Handling and throwing errors in JavaScript
3.6 Learn about Switch-Case Blocks in JavaScript
3.7 Learn about Ternary Operators in JavaScript
3.8 Learn the difference between block-scoped and function-scoped variables

Lesson 4: Object-Oriented Programming in JavaScript
Learning objectives
4.1 Learn about JavaScript classes
4.2 Learn about Prototype-Based Inheritance
4.3 Using the “This” keyword in JavaScript

Lesson 5: Working with Objects, Arrays, and Functions in JavaScript
Learning objectives
5.1 Use built-in Object Functions
5.2 Use built-in Array Functions

Lesson 6: Learn JavaScript ES6+ Syntax
Learning objectives
6.1 Write functions using Arrow syntax
6.2 Set default values for function arguments
6.3 Learn about the "spread operator"
6.4 Use object destructuring to get object properties
6.5 Use Interpolation to insert data into strings
6.6 Learn the Import and Export code in JavaScript

Lesson 7: Write and Run a JavaScript Program
Learning objectives
7.1 Learn about writing and running JavaScript programs
7.2 Write a JavaScript program for the browser
7.3 Move JavaScript to an external script
7.4 Install Node.js and NPM
7.5 Write a Node script
7.6 Use Babel to transpile code

Lesson 8: Work with Asynchronous Code in JavaScript
Learning objectives
8.1 Use callbacks to handle asynchronous operations
8.2 Learn about Promises
8.3 Use Async and Await to make asynchronous code readable
Lesson 9: Create a Web Server with JavaScript
Learning objectives
9.1 Learn the basics of writing a Node server
9.2 Create and set up a Node.js project
9.3 Create and run a basic Express server
9.4 Create and test a GET endpoint
9.5 Read a file with the ‘fs’ package
9.6 Create and test a POST endpoint

Lesson 10: Learn JavaScript Best Practices
Learning objectives
10.1 Use ESLint to ensure code style
10.2 Ensure Immutability in JavaScript programs
10.3 Avoid Loops when working with arrays

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