What's included in this course?
The course is filled with information - I strongly suggest that you read the entire course syllabus for a thorough understanding of all the subjects that will be that are covered throughout the course. In general, this is what you'll discover throughout the class:
The Basics Variables, constants functions, How scripts are loaded, and so on.
Arrays and Objects This is where we'll examine these critical data structures in depth
Control Structures: Learn the best way to execute code in conditional as well as in loops
Classes and Objective-oriented Programming Learn to use prototypes, classes as well as"this" keyword, constructor functions " this" keyword, constructor functions, and lots more.
Asynchronous and Synchronous Programming We'll look at promises, callbacks and wait/async, and many other language tools and features to run code correctly.
Tools, Optimizations, and Browser Support Code splitting, creating small-sized code and making sure that scripts function in all browsers. This is important and is discussed in depth.
Libraries and Frameworks: Find out about libraries such as Axios or frameworks such as React.js - why they're important and how you can utilize them
Node.js: while focussing on the browser side for the bulk of the lesson (because it's identical), We'll also include an entire section dedicated to Node.js to understand more about this JS host environment.
Security and Performance Optimizations Security is essential, but so storm. So it's no surprise that both are included throughout the training!
Automation of Testing Testing manually is a tedious task and may be undependable - in this course; you'll also receive an introduction to automated testing.
Which are the prerequisites for this course?
Also, you don't require any programming experience other than basic web development skills (e.g., how the web functions)
A basic HTML or CSS understanding is suggested, but it isn't a requirement
Project-driven learning that is backed by plenty of examples
Everything about variables as well as functions, objects, and arrays