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JavaScript Beginner Bootcamp (2020)

Online Courses Udemy - JavaScript Beginner Bootcamp (2020), JavaScript for Beginners: Projects based learning, whiteboard animations, coding in the browser and quizzes.

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Description
This isn't the only JavaScript course you should ever take...but it should be your first!

JavaScript the Basics is your one stop course to enter into the language of JavaScript. We are going to start from scratch and build up our understanding of the world's most popular programming language together. 

View JavaScript in action with whiteboard videos optimized for viewing on your smartphone. This is truly a course that you can engage with no matter where you are. Take your JavaScript eduction on the go! With whiteboard videos you get to visualize what JavaScript does under the hood. 

You can practice JavaScript in your web browser! Take advantage of Google Chrome developer tools to put the JavaScript you have learned during our whiteboard lesson into practice with further examples and challenges. This is our JavaScript playground.

There will be lots of quizzes on the JavaScript syntax we have just covered. The goal of this course is to move slow and allow these concepts and syntax to sink in through repetition. 

This course is also full of mini-projects that allow you to apply the JavaScript you are learning to actually building something that you can use. We focus on small to mid-sized projects aimed at the skill level of a beginner to intermediate JavaScript student.

Learning JavaScript is like learning a language. This course won't make a false promise of saying you will master JavaScript overnight. However, this course will immerse you into the world's most popular programming language. 

JavaScript Syntax

JavaScript Building Blocks

Build a Kelvin to Fahrenheit Converter

Build a Cat Age estimator

JavaScript Best Practices

JavaScript Objects

JavaScript Arrays

Build a Random Insult Generator

JavaScript Functions

Build a Calorie Tracker

Build a Rock, Paper, Scissors game

JavaScript Conditionals

Build a Magic 8 Ball

JavaScript Regular Expressions

JavaScript Functional Programming

JavaScript Algorithms

JavaScript ES6 Syntax

Build a Portfolio Page with HTML & CSS

Practice for Real World JavaScript Whiteboard Interview Questions

Make an Interactive Webpage: TODO List with Local Storage

Make an Interactive Webpage: Matching Game

Make an Interactive Webpage: Magic 8 Ball

You'll finish this course with an understanding of JavaScript that will let you take a deeper dive into the language and possibly launch you into a new career as a JavaScript web developer.

Learning a new language can be difficult and even feel intimidating. JavaScript the Basics makes the the learning process feel accessible and welcoming!

There are a lot of JavaScript courses out there in which you can make some pretty great projects. But unless you know JavaScript you are just copying and pasting. This course won't offer you empty promises like moving from "zero to hero" but it will help you to take the first steps in the right direction. 

This isn't the only JavaScript Course you should ever take. But it should be your first!

This course expands monthly! Get it now and check back often for updates!



Who this course is for:
Those who are JavaScript Newbies
Those with no previous coding experience
Those who want to learn on the go by watching whiteboard videos optimized for smartphones and tablets
Those who want a thorough step by step introduction to the JavaScript language
Those coders who want a visual and hands on playground environment to reinforce what they have learned
Those who want to learn how to build their first JavaScript Application
Those who want to learn how to build a portfolio page with HTML & CSS

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