JavaScript Simplified – Beginner

JavaScript Simplified – Beginner

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 15h 30m | 4.35 GB


Become A JavaScript Developer

Learn how to think like a developer and build any project you can dream of by taking action instead of just following along with tutorials.

This is not your typical JavaScript course. This is everything you need to become a JavaScript developer.

Originally when I was creating this course I was planning to just explain all the complex topics of JavaScript. As I was building the course, though, I decided to also explain how to connect all these JavaScript concepts in a way no other course has before.

This has resulted in a massive amount of content with the sole purpose of making you into the best JavaScript developer possible.

A complete video course with over 13 hours of content spread across 74 videos and 10 modules.

This course covers every single important JavaScript concept that you need to understand in order to become a JavaScript developer and it shows you how to connect them.

This can take you from literally no programming experience all the way to a proficient JavaScript developer. Even if you already have JavaScript knowledge, this course is perfect for helping you connect all the pieces together.

While 13 hours may not seem like a lot if you are used to long Udemy courses, I can assure you this course is packed with information. Each minute is as condensed as possible with knowledge, projects, and exercises which means not a single second of your time with the course is wasted.

Also, if you plan to get through this course in only 13 hours, good luck. With all the projects and exercises in this course it will easily take you over a month to get through everything, and that is if you work on the course every single day!

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+ Table of Contents

01 – Course Introduction
02 – JavaScript Is Hard
03 – Don’t Get Discouraged
04 – What Is JavaScript?
05 – Download Tools
06 – Your First JavaScript App
07 – Prettier
08 – First Variable
09 – Number Type
10 – String Type
11 – Boolean Type
12 – Null And Undefined Type
13 – Variable Comparison
14 – Garbage Collection
15 – Comments
16 – Normal Functions
17 – Passing Functions As Arguments
18 – Arrow Functions
19 – Stack Trace And Call Stack
20 – Hoisting
21 – Scoping
22 – Closures
23 – Const
24 – Var
25 – Type Coercion
26 – == Vs ===
27 – NaN
28 – Arrays
29 – Objects
30 – Reference Vs Value
31 – Array Methods
32 – String Template Literals
33 – New And This
34 – Async Vs Defer
35 – Window
36 – Document
37 – Id And Class Selectors
38 – Query Selectors
39 – Event Listeners
40 – Additional Differences Between Arrow And Normal Functions
41 – Data Attributes
42 – DOM Traversal
43 – Simple Todo List
44 – Modal Introduction
45 – Modal Walkthrough
46 – If
47 – Ternary Operator
48 – Switch Statement
49 – For Loop
50 – While Loop
51 – Recursion
52 – Short Circuit Evaluation
53 – Midi Piano
54 – Quiz App Introduction
55 – Quiz App Walkthrough
56 – Form Validation Introduction
57 – Form Validation Walkthrough
58 – Callbacks
59 – Promises
60 – Async Await
61 – Fetch
62 – Event Loop
63 – Event Delegation
64 – Browser Storage
65 – Advanced Todo List
66 – Expand Collapse Introduction
67 – Expand Collapse Walkthrough
68 – Google Maps Clone
69 – ES6 Modules
70 – Node Modules
71 – NPM
72 – Parcel
73 – Date Picker
74 – Shopping Cart
75 – Trello Clone
76 – Pictionary Clone