JavaScript

Learn how to code in one of the most in-demand languages of today. Once familiar with JavaScript, you’ll understand how it compiles, optimizes and executes in the browser. Our leading authors will start you off with more fundamental JavaScript tutorials and then guide you through advanced techniques.

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Building a JavaScript application from scratch today is overwhelming. You have to make decisions about package management, bundling, linting, transpiling, automated testing, and much more. There are literally over 40 important decisions to consider. This course is a playbook of potential...
Learn how to make use of dedicated AMD modules that are reusable and easier to maintain than traditional large JavaScript libraries. This course, JavaScript Asynchronous Module Definition (AMD) Explained, starts with a simple web project that grows into a comprehensive pattern suitable for use...
Kyle Simpson, author of the “You Don’t Know JavaScript” book series, details the inner workings of JavaScript in extreme detail. Gain an advanced understanding of the core mechanics of how JavaScript compiles, optimizes, and executes in the browser. This is your chance to get an “under the...
ES6 is a major upgrade to JavaScript, offering a new syntax for creating objects and working with inheritance. If you want to stay up to date with the JavaScript programming language, you need to watch this course! In this course, Object-oriented Programming in JavaScript - ES6, you will learn...
If you've ever experienced problems in JavaScript but don't have the knowledge of how to fix them, this course is for you. In JavaScript Best Practices, you will learn best practices in several areas areas of JavaScript. First, you will look at syntax oddities in JavaScript, so you can...
Want to learn to program and use JavaScript as the language of exploration? Great idea! JavaScript is uniquely one of the easiest languages to get started with and one of the most powerful. It will challenge you to learn more even years or decades after you start. Follow along with the course...
Writing "bad" JavaScript is easy. Fortunately, writing "good" JavaScript is not too much harder. In this course, I will show you tried and true design patterns to help structure and organize your code to make your JavaScript code more readable and maintainable. I will walk you through the...
Solidify your knowledge of objects, arrays, and prototypes in JavaScript. Then, you'll master closures, use higher-order functions/callbacks, and learn underscore.js so you have a foundation to build on more complex concepts like functional programming. Course materials are broken into two...
In this course, Modern Asynchronous JavaScript, you will learn how to write asynchronous code that's a joy to maintain, not a burden. You will learn how to reason about promises, an alternative to callbacks, by creating a promise framework. Seeing promises from the perspective of a producer...
Console applications - like those used in video games such as "Quake" or "The Elder Scrolls" - can save a lot of time for developers, allowing you to code and test site functionality in a fraction of the time it would take otherwise. In this course, you'll learn to build a reusable console that...