JavaScript Fundamentals

JavaScript Fundamentals

Learn how to code JavaScript, today's most popular coding language.

What You'll Learn

JavaScript

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JavaScript is one of the worlds most popular and common languages today. In this course you will learn the very basics of JavaScript in the Fundamentals 101 module, followed by more advanced concepts in the Fundamentals 201 module.

By the end of this free course you will be able to write clean, high functioning JavaScript in real world applications. 

Course Info.

Length:
9½ hours
Lessons:
29
Price:
FREE
Language:
English
Certificate:
Yes

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Modules

JavaScript Fundamentals 101
10:29 Getting Started - Learn JavaScript
15:45 Data and Variables pt. I
19:40 Data and Variables pt. 2
15:53 Functions
14:42 Scope
17:22 Working with Objects
14:13 Creating Objects
11:32 Arrays
24:51 Conditions and Decisions
15:25 Basics Loops
15:30 JavaScript and the Browser, The window Object and More Scope
21:41 Creating Elements and Attributes
23:14 Modifying Element Style
21:60 Timers and Animation
13:11 Events: Event Basics
9:20 The Legacy IE Event Model
18:29 Cross Browser Event Handling
20:14 Event Delegation
JavaScript Fundamentals 201
16:24 Core Language Math
18:20 Core Language Date
22:15 Core Language Advanced Functions
18:24 Core Language Arrays
21:56 Core Language Creating Custom Objects
21:34 Core Language Functions As Objects
16:34 DOM Keyboard Events
33:40 DOM Scripting Forms
30:28 Browser Features XMLHttpRequest
12:60 Browser Features JSON
6:49 Debugging Error Handling

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