JavaScript – Marathon Interview Questions Series

JavaScript – Marathon Interview Questions Series

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The Quintessential Guide For Cracking JavaScript Interviews For Developers World-wide

JavaScript will be the hot thing and isn’t going anywhere for the next 5 years!

For several years now, we’ve seen a huge demand for JavaScript developers world-wide. If you want to get a programming job quickly, this is the language to learn. Not only that, there’s always something new coming up every now and then, so you need to be updated about the latest changes and industry trends.

Others say that cracking JavaScript interviews is complicated. I say it is NOT! If you have the right resources and up-to date information – learning JavaScript is easy and fun. I have built this course for individuals who are facing difficulties in cracking JavaScript interviews – keeping one thing in mind – answering each and every question in the simplest of ways!

Why JavaScript only?

I am sure you want to learn Angular, Node.js, React, Vue JS, Typescript, Svelte, or any other framework to be the best in the business, but at the end of the day, JavaScript fundamentals are the key because understanding and learning JavaScript is an investment that will certainly pay off for you in the future.

With my 23+ years of experience in the programming industry – I’ve put all my JavaScript knowledge and teaching experience in building this comprehensive course. I’ve made sure there’s everything required for freshers as well as experienced individuals. With that being said – I am working on a progressive course update plan where I’ll add new lectures from time to time because JavaScript is an ocean and I need to dive deep to bring out the best and the most precious questions/concepts pearls for you!

The course is based on my experience as a teacher with thousands of students across platforms like Udemy as well as my YouTube channel “Nirmal Joshi”. It’s packed with all sorts of real-world interview and assessment questions which are asked in IT development companies – all with the goal of giving you the best possible way of learning JavaScript in the simplest ways.

What’s in the course?

Because this course has sections packed with beginner to advanced level content – I strongly recommend that you check out the full course curriculum to get a clear idea of all the topics. To summarise, here’s what you’ll find in the course:

  • Language fundamentals
  • Arrays
  • OOJS
  • DOM & Web
  • Asynchronous JS
  • Map, Set, WeakMap & WeakSet (ES6 Data structure)
  • Automated Testing
  • Practical real-world examples and so on…

What you’ll learn

  • Real-world JavaScript interviews questions asked in IT companies.
  • Q&As that you’ll need to become a JavaScript expert.
  • Apply for JavaScript jobs anywhere in the world.
  • Core concepts and features you need to know in JavaScript development.
  • JS Language, Arrays, OOJS, DOM & Web, Asynchronous JS, Map, Set, WeakMap & WeakSet (ES6 Data structure), Automated Testing Lectures & topics focused on real-world coding problems.


+ Table of Contents

Language Fundamentals
1 Difference Between Null & Undefined
2 Function Scope Vs. Block Scope
3 What is Automatic Semicolon Insertion (ASI)
4 Difference between Rest and Spread operator
5 When do you get Infinity or -Infinity as output
6 When do you get NaN as output
7 Explain must know points of arrow function.
8 How does a closure work in JavaScript
9 How can sum(5)(6) return 11
10 Iterables and Iterators
11 Generators
12 Memory Management & Garbage Collection
13 How do you handle errors in JavaScript code

Arrays
14 Explain array & traversal in array.
15 Add, Remove, Insert, Replace Elements in Array
16 How do you perform search in an array
17 What is the use of map() method
18 How to flatten 2D array
19 How can you sort an array
20 Explain Array Destructuring

Date & Time
21 Date & Time Basics
22 Date Methods
23 Time Methods

OOJS
24 What is object literal
25 What is “this” object
26 What is the purpose of call(), apply() and bind()
27 Class, Class expression & Static members
28 Inheritance, Subclassing and Extending built-in class
29 Destructuring Object Literal

Module – ImportExport
30 What is Module
31 Named ExportImport
32 Default ExportImport

DOM & Web
33 Difference between Document Object & Window Object
34 How to handle timer based events
35 What is event bubbling & event capturing
36 What is event delegation
37 How to navigate through DOM
38 getElementByid,tags,class & name()
39 querySelector() & querySelectorAll()
40 Event Basics
41 MouseEvent
42 ClientXY Vs. PageXY Vs. ScreenXY – Coordinates
43 Keyboard Events
44 Input Element Events
45 oncut – oncopy – onpaste Events

Asynchronous JS
46 What is a callback function
47 What is a Promise
48 Explain Promise.all() Vs. Promise.allSettled() Vs. Promise.race()
49 Explain functionality of asyncawait
50 AJAX & XMLHTTPRequest (XHR)
51 The fetch API
52 Async Iterators & Generators

Map, Set, WeakMap & WeakSet (ES6 Data structure)
53 Map
54 Set
55 WeakMap() and WeakSet()

Coding Exercises
56 Is given value an array or not
57 Remove duplicate values from Array
58 Remove null,undefined,0,NaN and ‘ ’ from array
59 Finding Factorial
60 Prime Number
61 Vowel & Consonant – Algorithm
62 Array intersection and union – the ES6 way
63 Fibonacci Series
64 Reverse Number

Questions Summary
65 Language Fundamentals
66 Arrays
67 Date and Time
68 OOJS
69 DOM & Web
70 Asynchronous JS
71 Map, Set, WeakMap & WeakSet (ES6 Data structure)