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Master JavaScript with the most complete JavaScript course on market! 1st step to learn JS - React, Angular or Vue JS
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Created by Abhay Talreja
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  • 11.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • 79 Coding exercises
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will go all the way from JavaScript beginner to advanced JavaScript developer.
  • You will gain a deep and true understanding of how JavaScript works behind the scenes.
  • You will be able to debug your code and understand other developer's code.
  • You will understand and use complex features like the 'this' keyword, function constructors, prototype, inheritance, first-class functions, closures, and more.
  • You will learn how to organize and structure your code using modules and functions. Because coding is not just writing code, it's also thinking about your code!
  • Take the w3 Schools, Upwork or Freelancer Javascript certification
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Requirements
  • No coding experience is needed to take this course! We will start from the basics
  • All you need to get started with JavaScript is a computer, a browser (most of the exercises are on JSBIN) and a text editor. We will set these up in the course.
  • A basic understanding of HTML and CSS is a plus, but it's not a must!
  • Also, wherever there is anything related to HTML/CSS, We will cover needed details in those sections. If you still have a question,you can ask it in the Q&A section.
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Very thorough lectures on the basics of Javascript. The instructor is very knowledgable on this subject and is quick to respond to any questions asked. A great place to start if you are new to the world of Javascript.

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Enjoyed the course very much. The coding exercises were great. Having exercises to work on and figure out makes learning so much more interesting. The lectures were excellent and the lecture materials were very helpful. The instructor was responsive in the Q&A and all the course material worked like a charm. I would definitely take another course by this instructor. Thanks for a great experience.

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What am I going to get from this Javascript - From Beginner to Pro course? 

Lifetime access to my HD quality videos. No month to month membership. Learn at your own particular pace, at whatever point you need. 

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You will have the capacity to investigate your code and comprehend other developer's code. 

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You will learn how to arrange and structure your code utilizing modules and capacities. Since coding is not simply composing code, it's additionally contemplating your code! 

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All you have to begin with JavaScript is a PC, a program (the vast majority of the activities are on JSBIN) and a content tool. We will set these up in the course. 

An essential comprehension of HTML and CSS is an or more, yet it's not an unquestionable requirement! 

Additionally, wherever there is anything identified with HTML/CSS, We will cover required subtle elements in those areas. On the off chance that regardless you have a question,you can ask it in the Q&A segment. 

What am I going to get from this Javascript - From Beginner to Pro course? 

You will go the distance from JavaScript learner to cutting edge JavaScript developer. 

You will pick up a profound and genuine comprehension of how JavaScript functions in the background. 

You will have the capacity to investigate your code and comprehend other developer's code. 

You will comprehend and utilize complex elements like the "this" watchword, work constructors, model, legacy, top of the line capacities, terminations, and that's only the tip of the iceberg. 

You will learn how to arrange and structure your code utilizing modules and capacities. Since coding is not simply composing code, it's likewise considering your code! 

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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction to Javascript
5 Lectures 37:00

Welcome to learning Javascript!

Preview 03:30



In This lecture we will see what can be achieved using Javascript with some basic examples. You can see the examples in action using the below links.

https://jsbin.com/fejeyij/edit?html,output

Preview 14:25

In this lecture, we will see on where to put your javascript file in an HTML page. We will also go over the reasoning on how to organize your javascript and HTML.

Where to put Javascript?
07:52
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Javascript Language Basics
11 Lectures 01:37:38

In this session, we will see on different ways to see the javascript output on the screen.

  • window.alert() - https://jsbin.com/rodojup/edit
  • document.write() - https://jsbin.com/ropefuw/edit https://jsbin.com/qenuya/edit
  • innerHTML - https://jsbin.com/toyoso/edit
  • console.log() - https://jsbin.com/keleza/edit
How to see the output?
04:32

In this session, we are going to go over the syntax of javascript - Get to know the language better.

Syntax
11:29

In this lecture, we will see the comments in action. Here is your practice file. https://jsbin.com/jusuhan/edit?html,output

Comments
03:12

In this session, we will go over the statements and do some hands on in our JSBIN.Here is the final result of the lecture - https://jsbin.com/buxehaf/3/edit?html,console


Statements
10:56

In this lecture, we will go over the variables in detail with some real examples. Here is the final version of the example. https://jsbin.com/geberag/edit?html,console

Variables
10:25

Declaring (Creating) JavaScript Variables
1 question

Use a single var keyword to create three variables with the following values
1 question

Display the sum of 5 + 10, using two variables x and y.
1 question

In this lecture, we will go through the various operators in Javascript!  Here is the practice JSBIN - https://jsbin.com/toduma/edit?html,console

Preview 13:15

Use the Multiplication (*) operator to display multiplication of 2 numbers
1 question

Display the difference of 10 - 5, using two variables x and y.
1 question

Display the result of 10 / 5, using two variables x and y.
1 question

Find the remainder when 15 is divided by 9, using two variables x and y.
1 question

Use the += operator to add a value of 5 to the variable x.
1 question

Use the -= operator to subtract a value of 5 from the variable x.
1 question

Use the *= operator to multiply the variable x with 5.
1 question

Use the /= operator to divide the variable x with 5.
1 question

Use the %= operator to assign a remainder of 10 / 3 to the variable x.
1 question

Using += operator to concatenate String
1 question

In this lecture, we will go over the data types in javascript. Here is the working JSBIN for the same. https://jsbin.com/zuzamo/edit?html,console

Preview 09:59

In this lecture, we will see functions in greater detail. You can see the practice material in JSBIN. https://jsbin.com/buvabu/edit?html,console

Functions
07:46

Call the function.
1 question

Figure out what is wrong with the function - fix it and run it as it should!
1 question

Use the function to display the product of 5 * 5.
1 question

Use the function to display "Hello John".
1 question

Define a function named "myFunction", and make it display "Hello World!" in the <p> element.
1 question

In this lecture, we will be understand objects in a little detail and go over some examples. Here is the working file. https://jsbin.com/verusup/edit?html,console

Objects
08:57

Display "John" by extracting information from the person object.
1 question

Add the following property and value to the person object: country: USA
1 question

Create an object called person with name = John, age = 50. Then, access the object to display "John
1 question

In this lecture, we will go over the local/global scope within a method and outside the method. Here is the practice file - https://jsbin.com/qezicu/edit?html,output

Scope
09:14

In this lecture, we will cover the EVENTS. Here are the class notes - https://jsbin.com/wizemi/edit?html,output

Events
07:53

The <p> element should do something when someone clicks on it. Try to fix it!
1 question

When the button is clicked, trigger myFunction() with an event.
1 question
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Data Types
14 Lectures 02:34:38

In this section, we will cover Strings in Javascript - https://jsbin.com/vizajo/edit?html,console

Strings
10:36

Assign the string "Hello World!" to the variable txt.
1 question

Use the length property to display the length of the txt variable's value.
1 question

The string below is broken - use escape characters to display the text correctly.
1 question

In this lecture we will be covering String Methods. This is just the part 1 of the concept. Make sure to see the String Methods 2 for continuation on this topic. Here is the working file for part 1 and part 2 - https://jsbin.com/mamonu/edit?html,console

String Methods - Part 1
09:38

In this lecture we will be covering String Methods. This is just the part 2 of the concept. Make sure to see the String Methods 1 for continuation on this topic. Here is the working file for part 1 and part 2 - https://jsbin.com/mamonu/edit?html,console

String Methods - Part 2
09:47

Display the position of the first occurrence of "World" in the variable txt.
1 question

Use the slice() method to display only "Banana,Kiwi".
1 question

Use the replace() method to replace "World" with "Universe".
1 question

Convert the value of txt to lower case.
1 question

Convert the value of txt to upper case.
1 question

Use the concat() method to join the two strings: str1 and str2.
1 question

In this lecture, we will be working with Numbers in Javascript. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/zakezas/edit?html,console

Numbers
16:53

Create a variable called myNumber, assign the value 50 to it, and display it.
1 question

The value of z should be 11. Find out what's wrong and fix it.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover the Number methods in detail. Here is the practice file - https://jsbin.com/kibemoz/edit?html,console

Number Methods
17:26

In this lecture, we will see the Math object in detail. Here is the working document. https://jsbin.com/cohabi/1/edit?html,console

Math Object
14:53

Use the random() method to display a random number.
1 question

Fix the code to display the number with the highest value.
1 question

Round "7.3" to the nearest integer, and display it.
1 question

Display the square root of "9".
1 question

In this lecture, we will see the Math.random() in detail. Here is the practice file. https://jsbin.com/havoxax/1/edit?html,output

Math.random()
07:32

In this lecture, we will cover the Date object. Here is the working document. https://jsbin.com/sasupo/1/edit?html,output

Dates
06:59

Create a Date object to display the date and time for 1st January, 2017.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover Date Formats in detail. Here is the practice file - https://jsbin.com/josalus/3/edit?html,output

Date Formats
08:16

In this lecture we will cover the Date methods. Here is the working file https://jsbin.com/jumadok/2/edit?html,console

Date Methods
09:42

In this lecture, we will cover Arrays. Here is the working file - https://jsbin.com/kifiyic/edit?html,console

Arrays
11:37

Create an array named cars, assign the values "Saab", "Volvo" and "BMW" to it, and display it.
1 question

Display the "Volvo" item of the cars array.
1 question

Change the first item of cars to "Opel" by referring to the index number,and display the whole array
1 question

Use the length property to display the number of array items in cars.
1 question

Use the length property to add a new item to cars: Mercedes.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover Array methods. Here is the working file - https://jsbin.com/xarixo/edit?html,console

Array Methods
12:47

Use the pop() method to remove the last item from the fruits array.
1 question

Use the push() method to add a new item to fruits: Kiwi.
1 question

Use the splice() method to remove "Orange" and "Apple" from fruits.
1 question

Use the concat() method to concatenate girls and boys.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover sorting an Array. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/xozela/edit?html,console

Sorting Arrays
11:31

Use the sort() method to sort the array alphabetically.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover Boolean values. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/boguvab/1/edit?html,output

Booleans
07:01
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Objects
5 Lectures 39:55

In this lecture, we will cover the Objects (in Detail). Here is the working file for this lecture - https://jsbin.com/lozejim/2/edit?html,output

Objects and the 'this' keyword
11:33

In this lecture, we will cover the Object Property. Here is the file for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/yiwebeb/7/edit?html,output

Object Property
09:30

In this lecture, we will cover the Object Methods. Here is the file for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/miqebu/2/edit?html,output

Object Methods
04:16

In this lecture, we will cover the Object Prototypes. Here is the file from the lecture - https://jsbin.com/gatapi/5/edit?html,output

Object Prototype
08:10

This video was added to address the question on Pass by Value v/s Pass by Reference for variables and objects in Javascript.

Preview 06:26
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Comparison & Logical Operators
2 Lectures 21:13

In this lecture we will be covering the Comparison Operators. Here is the working copy of the file https://jsbin.com/sonowo/1/edit?html,output

P.S. - Comparison and Logical Operators are a continuation of each other. So, Logical Operators will pick up from where Comparison operators video ends.

Comparison Operators
08:57

Choose the correct comparison operator to display "true", when: 5 is less than 7.
1 question

Choose the correct comparison operator to display "true", when: 10 is greater than 7.
1 question

Choose the correct comparison operator to display "true", when: 10 is equal to 10.
1 question

Choose the correct comparison operator to display "true", when: 10 is NOT equal to 8.
1 question

In this lecture we will be covering the Logical Operators. Here is the working copy of the file https://jsbin.com/sonowo/1/edit?html,output

P.S. - Comparison and Logical Operators are a continuation of each other. So, Logical Operators will pick up from where Comparison operators video ends.

Logical Operators
12:16
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Conditional Statements
2 Lectures 20:08

In this lecture, we will cover the conditional If..Else statements - Here is the working file on JS Bin - https://jsbin.com/wotixoj/1/edit?html,output

If...Else Statements
06:57

Use the if statement to output some text if 5 is greater than 2.
1 question

1. Write an if statement with the following condition: 10 is greater than 5. 2.
1 question

Change the value of the variable firstName to make the if statement run.
1 question

Add an else statement to display "You're not John!".
1 question

Write an if/else statement with the following condition
1 question

The if/else statement does not work. Try to fix it.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover the Switch statements. Here is the working copy of the JS Bin - https://jsbin.com/teqatet/4/edit?html,output

Switch Statement
13:11

Switch - The switch statement is missing a case for "Apple".
1 question

Switch - The switch statement is missing a default case.
1 question

Switch - The switch statement does not work. Try to fix it.
1 question
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Loops
3 Lectures 20:32

In this lecture, we will cover 2 types of loops. For loop and the For/in Loop. Here is the working file - https://jsbin.com/xibofom/2/edit?html,output

For Loop
10:36

For Loop - In the for loop, change num1 to 0 and num2 to 10 and run the code.
1 question

For Loop - Make the loop start counting from 5 instead of 0:
1 question

Make the loop start counting from 5. Count up to (including) 50, and count only every fifth number.
1 question

For loop - Make the loop start counting downwards from 10 and stop at 1.
1 question

For Loop - Inside the for loop!
1 question

For Loop - In this exercise, you are going to create a for loop from scratch
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover the other 2 types of loops, while and do...while. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/zipami/1/edit?html,output

While Loop
03:42

While Loop - Inside the <script> element; change num1 to 0 and num2 to 10 and run the code.
1 question

While Loop - Make the loop start counting from 5 instead of 0:
1 question

Make the loop start counting from 5. Count up to (including) 50, and count only every fifth number.
1 question

While Loop - Make the loop start counting downwards from 10 and stop at 1.
1 question

Do/While - The do/while loop should output 0 1 2 3 4. Try to fix it!
1 question

In this lecture, we will be seeing the 'break' and 'continue' keywords. Here is the working copy of the lecture - https://jsbin.com/kuwecet/1/edit?html,output

Break and Continue
06:14
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Understanding the DOM - Document Object Model
6 Lectures 51:30

In this lecture, we will go over the DOM.

DOM - Overview
04:09

In this lecture we will go over DOM Properties and Methods. Here is the file for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/fuqajo/1/edit?html,output

DOM - Properties and Methods
02:31

In this lecture, we will see the DOM Elements in detail. Here is the file for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/qizufol/6/edit?html,output

DOM Elements
09:31

In this lecture, we will see CSS and Animations with the DOM. Here are the files for the lecture.

CSS - https://jsbin.com/remoce/3/edit?html,output

Animation - https://jsbin.com/getewuc/3/edit?html,output

DOM - CSS and Animation
12:20

Use the innerHTML property to change the content of the <p> element to "New text!".
1 question

Use the HTML DOM to set the text color of <p> to "red".
1 question

Use the HTML DOM to add a yellow background color to <p>.
1 question

Use the HTML DOM to center-align the text of <p>.
1 question

Use the HTML DOM to change the text size of <p> to 40 pixels.
1 question

Use the HTML DOM to hide the <p> element.
1 question

In this lecture, we will cover the DOM events. Here is the file for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/dihezi/2/edit?html,output

DOM Events
08:11

In this lecture we will see the Event Handlers. Here is the JS Bin file for the lecture.https://jsbin.com/zujejis/7/edit?html,output


DOM - Event Listeners
14:48
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Type Conversion & Regular Expressions
3 Lectures 32:24

In this lecture, we will cover type conversion. Here is our working document - https://jsbin.com/furimo/edit?html,output

Type Conversion - Part 1
09:56

In this lecture, we will cover the Type Conversion. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/xikore/2/edit?html,output

Type Conversion - Part 2
13:43

In this lecture, we will cover the Regular Expressions. Here is the working file - https://jsbin.com/basopu/1/edit?html,output

Regular Expressions
08:45
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Errors and Debugging
3 Lectures 30:39

In this lecture, we will cover the Javascript Errors. Here is the working document - https://jsbin.com/socime/1/edit?html,output

Errors - Part 1
15:41

In this lecture, we will continue our discussion on Errors. Here is the document for the lecture - https://jsbin.com/gupamiw/1/edit?html,output

Errors - Part 2
08:56

In this lecture, we will cover the Debugging. Here is the link to the working file - https://jsbin.com/luvowaq/1/edit?html,output

Debugging
06:02
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About the Instructor
Abhay Talreja
4.6 Average rating
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31,580 Students
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Developer, Team Lead, Software Consultant, Loves Technology

Hi, I'm Abhay! I have over 10 years of development experience in many languages from java, javascript, grails, iOS and Android. So, I can say, i have seen a lot to understand and know. I intend to pass this knowledge to anyone and everyone possible or I can reach onto!

I'm a web designer and developer with a great passion for building beautiful new things from scratch. I've been building websites since 2007 and also have a degree in Engineering and specialized in Computer Science. I have created websites and applications for various states in the USA.

It was in college where I first discovered my passion for teaching and helping others by sharing my knowledge. And that passion brought me to Udemy, where my students really appreciate that I take the time to explain important concepts in a way that everyone can easily understand.

Do you want to learn how to build awesome websites?

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Looking for a complete JavaScript course that takes you from beginner to advanced developer?

Then enrol in my courses today and join the other happy students. If I had to describe each of my courses in one sentence, I would say “I wish I had this course, when I started learning technology".

So if you don't want to go through all the books and thousands of online articles and tutorials like I did, then enroll in my course today! I will be very happy to share my knowledge with you, and help you with everything I can along the way.

Happy Learning!!