Advanced Javascript
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Advanced Javascript

In only three hours you will learn enough javascript to transform from a Junior JS Dev into a Senior JS Guru
4.6 (3,609 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
14,877 students enrolled
Created by Asim Hussain
Last updated 2/2019
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Current price: $19.99 Original price: $199.99 Discount: 90% off
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This course includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Impress interviewers with knowledge about fundamental javascript features
  • Confidently Interview other Javascript candidates

  • Pass stage one javascript telephone interviews

Course content
Expand all 25 lectures 03:33:23
+ Types & Equality
3 lectures 21:29
4. What is the difference between == and ===?
06:37
5. What is NaN and how can we check for it?
05:25
Quiz 2
4 questions
+ Scopes
5 lectures 30:56
6. What are the different scopes in javascript?
03:56
7. What is variable hoisting?
04:41
8. What is the scope chain?
04:08
9. What is an IIFE and why might you use it?
06:02
10. What are function closures?
12:09
Quizz 3
10 questions
+ Object Orientation
7 lectures 01:36:16
12. What do the functions call, bind and apply do?
20:19
13. What is the prototype chain?
11:41
14. What is the difference between prototypal and classical inheritance?
03:07
Quiz 4
10 questions
15. What is the Constructor OO pattern? (part 1)
19:46
15. What is the Constructor OO pattern? (part 2)
12:22
16. What is the Prototype OO pattern?
15:50
Quiz 5
7 questions
+ Networking
2 lectures 29:45

http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/cors/

17. What is CORS?
17:55
18. What is JSONP?
11:50
Quiz 6
5 questions
+ Events
2 lectures 13:26
19. What is the difference between event capturing and bubbling?
08:13
20. What is the difference between stopPropagation and preventDefault?
05:13
Quiz 7
5 questions
+ Bonus
2 lectures 00:39


Feedback Form
00:20
Bonus Lecture
00:18
Requirements
  • A basic understanding of Javascript (ES5)
Description

In only three hours you will learn enough javascript to transform from a junior javascript developer into a senior javascript guru.

You will dramatically improve your chances of getting past a technical interview, landing that dream job and earning more money.

If you are like me you learnt Javascript by just muddling along, seeing what works and learning a thing or two everyday.

However without a grasp of the deeper fundamentals you will hit quite a few head scratch-y issues, introduce bugs, find it hard to read and understand framework and library code and won’t be considered a senior developer.

This unique course teaches you advanced javascript knowledge through a series of 20 interview questions, with regular quiz's on the way through to cement your knowledge.

***This course covers ES5 version of javascript, the only officially supported version in all browsers***

What are you going to learn?

  • Types & Equality: The different types in JS and how to check if two values are really equal?
  • Scopes: The different scopes a variable can be declared in and how to manipulate those scopes.
  • Object Orientation: How to perform OO in Javascript with both the Prototype Pattern and the Pseudo-Classical/Constructor Pattern.
  • Advanced topics in Networking such as CORS and JSONP.
  • Advanced topics in Event Handling such as the different event phases.

Why an interview format?

I find that it's only when i'm facing an upcoming interview that I get into gear and really make sure I have a deep understanding of what I claim to know.

I might know the best practice for how to solve a problem, but do I know why?

Javascript interviews are designed to dig deeper into your knowledge of a subject, see if you are just mimicking what you have read or if you have a proper understanding.

Also it's FUN, what's more satisfying than learning something, then passing a test!

Who this course is for:
  • Any javascript developer looking to change jobs and isn't looking forward to the interviews
  • Devs who have not done javascript in a while, are a bit rusty, and just want to freshen up on the essentials.
  • Both experienced and novice developers
  • Just about to enter the job market after a career change
  • New grads coming out of university