What you'll learn
- New to coding? No worries. This course covers coding from scratch.
- Ideal for Developers and Test Automation Aspirants
- Hands-on Exercises with Instructor Support
- Learn Object Oriented JS
- Advanced NodeJS Programming
- Instructor Guidance and Query Resolution Support
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Ideal course for manual testers aspiring to switch to Cypress, WebDriverIO Automation
- No prior coding experience required. Anyone willing to learn coding can take this course.
Whether you're starting from scratch or already have some programming experience, this course is tailored to accommodate learners of all levels. We've meticulously curated the content, beginning with the fundamentals and gradually progressing to more advanced concepts.
We believe in a practice-oriented approach to learning, ensuring that you not only grasp the theoretical aspects but also gain the confidence to apply your knowledge in real-world scenarios. Our dedicated team is here to provide guidance and assistance, addressing any questions or challenges you may encounter along your learning journey.
All the Best and Happy Learning!
Installing Visual Studio Code
What is NPM?
Creating package.json File
Adding Extensions in VS Code
Writing First JS Program
Variables in JS
Constants in JS
Concept of 'undefined' and 'null'
Arithmetic Operators in JS
Equality Operators in JS
Logical and Comparison Operators in JS
Bitwise Operators in JS
Conditional Statements & Loops
'if' Conditional Statements
Programing with Loop 'break' & 'continue'
Flexible 'if block' Value Type
Concept of 'index' and 'length'
Finding Position of Substring
Searching in String using 'includes'
Searching at Begin and End of String
Extracting Value from String using 'substr'
Extracting Value from String using 'slice'
Extracting Characters from String
Replacing String Characters
Matching RegEx in String
What is a Function?
How does JS Function Return Value?
Flexibility of Function Arguments in JS
Setting Default Values for Function Arguments
Function Expressions in JS
What is Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE)?
Function Redeclaration in JS
Hoisting in JS
How to Create Objects in JS?
Dot '.' vs Bracket '' Notation
Create Functions inside Object
Concept of 'this' Keyword
Add/Update/Delete Object Properties
Concluding Object Basics
'for...in' Loop on Objects
Programing with Arrays in JS
Array Basic Operations
Commonly Used Array Operations
'for...of' Loop on Arrays
'for...each' Loop on Arrays
Creating Objects using Function
Object Constructor in JS
Creating Objects using Instance
Flexible Constructor Arguments
Calling Constructor Without 'new' Keyword
Calling Function using 'call'
What is a Prototype?
Null Prototype Object
Prototype of Objects Created by Same Constructor
Constructor Prototype Usage
How to Create Class in JS?
Creating Methods in JS Class
Concept of 'super' Constructor
Creating Arrow Functions
Arrow Functions One Arg
Arrow Functions No Args
Arrow Functions and Object Literal
Arrow Functions and ‘This’ Context
Arrow Functions and ‘Arguments’ Object
Concept of Scope and Closure
‘var’ Vs ‘let’
Accessing a Variable without Declaration
Understanding Closure in Detail
Function Redeclaration in Strict Mode
‘this’ Reference in Strict Mode
Strict Mode within Function Scope
What is Callback?
Callback in Array Methods
Callback with Parameter
Who this course is for:
- Anyone aspiring to learn to coding
- Developers and Test Automation Professionals
- Cypress Automation Aspirants
- WebDriverIO Automation Aspirants
- Automation Test Engineers
Dezlearn provides industry standard training on Software Automation Testing Tools & Programming Languages.
Our programs include extensive and hands-on training on Java, C#, Python, Selenium WebDriver, Appium, TestNG, Cucumber (BDD), Continuous Integration (CI), Jenkins, REST and SOAP API Automation, WireMock, Gatling Load Testing.
We motivate our students to keep up a learner’s attitude. Because, it is very important to adopt new technologies to sustain and grow in this ever-changing world of software technology.
For more details or any questions email us at email@example.com.