CoffeeScript: The Good Parts—Write Better javaScript
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CoffeeScript: The Good Parts—Write Better javaScript

The good and not so good parts of CoffeeScript in comparison to JavaScript.
3.0 (20 ratings)
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2,159 students enrolled
Created by Azat Mardan
Published 1/2015
English
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Price: $49.99
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 5 articles
  • 8 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand CoffeeScript syntax (semicolons, whitespace, parentheses)
  • Understand automatic var insertion mechanism and while manual var might be bad in native JavaScript
  • Use CoffeeScript conditions
  • Use CoffeeScript functions (fat and skinny arrow ones)
  • Use CoffeeScript classes
  • Use CoffeeScript arrays
  • Use CoffeeScript splats
  • Use CoffeeScript comprehensions
Course content
Expand all 15 lectures 01:02:15
+ Presentation
11 lectures 01:01:56
Intro
00:09
Functions
05:08
CoffeeScript: The Good Parts II
09:38
Fat Arrows
01:45
Automatic Vars
03:58
Loops
04:29
Advanced Loops
04:11
Classes
07:07
CoffeeScript: The Good Parts III
12:17
+ Fundamentals
3 lectures 00:11
CoffeeScript Fundamentals
00:06
CoffeeScript Quirks
00:02
Free CoffeeScript Ebooks
00:03
+ Bonus
1 lecture 00:07
Oh My JS Ebook
00:07
Requirements
  • Basic JavaScript skills
Description

The CoffeeScript is a language that was built on top of JavaScript. CoffeeScript has some added benefits and its code is compiled into native JavaScript for execution. The CoffeeScript pros include: better syntax, function and class construction patterns, automatic var insertion, comprehensions and others.

Most of these perks will be obvious once we take a look at some examples. This quick language reference can get you started with CoffeeScript:

  • Semicolons, Whitespace and Parentheses • Vars
  • Conditions
  • Functions
  • Classes
  • Arrays
  • Splats
  • Comprehensions

This course is prepared by the author of nine (9!) books on JavaScript and NodeJS. This course has video presentation as well as documents.

Who this course is for:
  • Front-end developers
  • Designers