What is this course about?
What will you learn in this course?
Being specific, at the end of this course you will know:
- How to work with numbers, strings (text), and booleans
- How to solve conditional problems using
if..elsestatements and iterational problems using
- How to work with data structures like arrays and objects
- How to work with functions and complex topics like closures and recursions
- How to work with objects and the importance of Object-Oriented Programming in general terms
- How to employ constructors and prototypes to emulate the behavior of OOP classes and sub classes
- How to work with HTML DOM and the Events API in building page interactivity and dynamicality by querying HTML and CSS and responding to user actions like clicking a button
Although we have given roughly a lot of information on our course, you can check out more below in the course overview and explore the details of each unit seperately.
Why should you take this course?
- We'll take you through the course in a carefully planned hierarchical manner going from extreme basics to basics, to intermediate and so on. We won't introduce concepts to you before explaining them, or if we do so (very rarely) we will surely explain them at some point in the same chapter, same unit or some other unit
- We will deal with complex topics like closures, prototypes and explain them to you in a clear and precise manner (where most resources lack)
- We will introduce you to many coding ideas and how are they being used in today's programming era, like lazy loading, ajax, image galleries etc. Some will be covered in this course while some will be added in our Tutorials.
- We will take small basic quizes from you, between or at the end of every unit, to test your understanding of a given concept, give comments to your scores, give answers to wrong answered questions and thus make you improve as a whole in your skills!