JavaScript Basics for Beginners
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JavaScript Basics for Beginners

JavaScript - Master the Fundamentals in 6 Hours
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4.5 (4,836 ratings)
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20,118 students enrolled
Created by Mosh Hamedani
Last updated 6/2018
English
English, French [Auto-generated], 1 more
  • Spanish [Auto-generated]
Current price: $83.99 Original price: $119.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand the fundamental concepts in JavaScript
  • Learn problem-solving skills
  • Learn and apply the best practices
  • Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes other JavaScript developers make
  • Write solid JavaScript code
Course content
Expand all 105 lectures 06:38:47
+ Basics
8 lectures 31:14
1- Variables
05:36
2- Constants
01:44
3- Primitive Types
03:10
4- Dynamic Typing
03:17
5- Objects
05:14
Arrays
04:18
Functions
04:39
Types of Functions
03:16
+ Operators
12 lectures 37:17
1- JavaScript Operators
00:40
Arithmetic Operators
03:39
3- Assignment Operators
01:44
4- Comparison Operators
02:01
5- Equality Operators
03:11
6- Ternary Operators
02:10
7- Logical Operators with Non-booleans
05:30
8- Logical Operators with Non-Booleans
05:53
BitWise Operators
08:28
10- Operator Precedence
01:14
11- Quiz
00:21
12- Exercise- Swapping Variables
02:26
+ Control Flow
20 lectures 01:24:20
1- If...else
05:23
2- Switch...case
04:41
3- For
05:50
4- While
02:11
5- Do...While
03:29
6- Infinite Loops
02:42
7- For...In
04:25
8- For...of
01:15
9- Break and Continue
02:34
10- Max of Two Numbers
03:59
11- Exercise- Landscape or Portrait
02:25
12- Exercise- FizzBuzz
06:39
13- Exercise- Demerit Points
09:05
14- Exercise- Even and Odd Numbers
02:02
15- Exercise- Count Truthy
04:33
16- Exercise- String Properties
02:58
17- Exercise- Sum of Multiples 3 and 5
02:40
18- Exercise - Grade
06:32
19- Exercise - Stars
02:33
20- Exercise - Prime Numbers
08:24
+ Objects
20 lectures 01:17:51
1- Basics
04:53
2- Factory Functions
05:44
3- Constructor Functions
05:48
4- Dynamic Nature of Objects
02:03
5- Constructor Property
02:24
6- Functions are Objects
04:47
7- Value vs. Reference Types
05:49
8- Enumerating Properties of an Object
05:09
9- Cloning an Object
04:21
10- Garbage Collection
01:14
11- Math
02:56
12- String
06:25
13- Template Literals
04:52
14- Date
04:00
15- Exercise 1- Address Object
01:41
16- Exercise- Factory and Constructor Function
03:02
17- Exercise 3- Object Equality
03:59
18- Exercise 4- Blog Post Object
02:15
19- Exercise 5- Constructor Functions
02:52
20- Exercise 6- Price Range Objects
03:37
+ Arrays
23 lectures 01:29:21
1- Introduction
00:31
2- Adding Elements
03:35
3- Finding Elements (Primitives)
03:32
4- Finding Elements (Reference Types)
05:46
5- Arrow Functions
01:34
6- Removing Elements
03:03
7- Emptying an Array
04:14
8- Combining and Slicing Arrays
03:40
9- The Spread Operator
02:25
10- Iterating an Array
02:32
11- Joining Arrays
03:11
12- Sorting Arrays
06:32
13- Testing the Elements of an Array
03:44
14- Filtering an Array
02:46
15- Mapping an Array
07:47
16- Reducing an Array
06:43
17- Exercise 1- Array from Range
01:50
18- Exercise 2- Includes
01:54
19- Exercise 3- Except
02:08
20- Exercise 4- Moving an Element
06:31
21- Exercise 5- Count Occurrences
04:31
22- Exercise 6- Get Max
06:14
23- Exercise 7- Movies
04:38
+ Functions
15 lectures 01:02:42
1- Function Declarations vs. Expressions
03:18
2- Hoisting
01:56
3- Arguments
04:15
4- The Rest Operator
04:38
5- Default Parameters
03:40
6- Getters and Setters
05:38
7- Try and Catch
05:35
8- Local vs. Global Scope
04:44
9- Let vs Var
05:52
10- The This Keyword
07:22
11- Changing This
07:00
12- Exercise 1- Sum of Arguments
03:42
13- Exercise 2- Area of Circle
01:53
14- Exercise 3- Error Handling
02:49
Coupon to My Other Courses
00:20
Requirements
  • No coding experience is required to take this course.
Description

WHAT IS JAVASCRIPT? 

JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and growing faster than any other programming language. As a developer, you can use JavaScript to build web and mobile apps, real-time networking apps, command-line tools, and games.


4 REASONS TO LEARN JAVASCRIPT 

  • JavaScript is a key tool for front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers.
  • The average annual salary for a JavaScript developer is $72,000.
  • Companies like Walmart, Netflix, and PayPal run big internal applications around JavaScript.
  • Having strong JavaScript knowledge will help you land your dream job.


A STEP-BY-STEP, BEGINNER-FRIENDLY COURSE

This course is your first step towards a new career in web or mobile development. Here is what you get when enroll in this course: 

  • 6 hours of HD videos
  • Bite-sized and easy-to-digest videos with "no fluff” 
  • 30 exercises and challenges with solutions
  • Expert tips to become a JavaScript wizard
  • No more wasted time on disconnected, out-of-date tutorials
  • Learn at your own pace - take your time if required
  • Unlimited access - watch the course as many times as you wish
  • 30-day money-back guarantee - try it risk free! You have nothing to lose. 
  • Certificate of completion to present to your current or future employer


WHY THIS COURSE?

There are several JavaScript courses on Udemy. So, what makes this course different? Here are 5 reasons: 

  • Taught by a senior coder and best-selling instructor - Mosh Hamedani 
  • Mosh has 17 years of experience as a software engineer
  • He has produced 19 courses and many of them are best-selling courses 
  • He has taught over 200,000 students in 192 countries 
  • No fluff or unnecessary repetition - don't waste your time on long courses 
  • Clear, concise, and practical training - start coding right away 
  • Learn how to think like a programmer - most, if not all, courses just teach you JavaScript features, not the art of problem solving 
  • JavaScript interview questions - many of the exercises in the course are picked from popular interview questions 
  • Fun and engaging - just read Mosh's reviews and see what his students have to say


WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? 

  • Aspiring developers - perhaps you learned a little bit of HTML and CSS and want to take your first JavaScript programming course. This course is an ideal starting point.  
  • Experienced developers with no degree in computer science - there are a lot of self-taught web developers out there who cannot solve basic programming problems, because they never attended a college. Don't be one of those! This course teaches you the fundamental programming skills that every developer must know. 
  • Anyone who wants to better understand JavaScript - chances are you've taken another course but didn't understand certain topics well. You can take this course to fill the gaps and strengthen your understanding of JavaScript. 

NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE NEEDED

You don't need familiarity with JavaScript to take this course. You'll learn everything from scratch, step-by-step. A very basic familiarity with HTML will be helpful but it is not required.


ARE YOU READY TO MAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS BECOMING A WEB OR MOBILE DEVELOPER?

Stop wasting your time on disconnected tutorials or super long courses. Enroll in the course to get started. With a 30-day money-back guarantee, what do you have to lose? 


Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to become a web developer
  • Existing developers who need to strengthen their understanding of JavaScript