JavaScript Training

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JavaScript is a general purpose programming language which is most commonly used for web browser scripting. Webucator offers JavaScript training courses for JavaScript developers new to JavaScript as well as for experienced JavaScript programmers.

Introduction to JavaScript Training

- $1,980.00

If you need to learn JavaScript to build upon your HTML skills or as a first step to learning a JavaScript framework such as Angular or React, then this is the right JavaScript course for you to start with. You will learn all the basic constructs of JavaScript, how to use JavaScript to access and change page elements and their properties, and how to test and debug JavaScript using Google Chrome.

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Creating, Styling, and Validating Web Forms

- $1,575.00

This course is all about creating and processing web forms. It starts with using the latest HTML standards to create and provide basic validation for an HTML form. Then it covers styling forms using CSS. This includes showing the validation status of form fields. You'll then learn to write clean, real-time client-side form validation with JavaScript and regular expressions. Finally, you'll learn to validate forms on the server with Node.js, JSON, and Ajax.

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Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC, and React

- $1,725.00

This Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC, and React training class focuses on application development while discussing the JavaScript libraries that help to build them. We look at the libraries in JavaScript that help to build applications that have a microservices-based architecture, have features like audio and video calling, real-time score updates, multi-faceted search options, and so on. This course does not cover the basics of JavaScript, but instead covers the application development aspect of JavaScript only.

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Introduction to Angular Programming Training

- $1,725.00

Get started with Angular in this instructor-led class. In this workshop, web developers using any version from Angular 2 - Angular 8 will use the Angular CLI to develop single-page applications. Class kicks off with an overview of Angular, the Angular development lifecycle, and essential tools like Node.js and Visual Studio Code. Then, your live instructor will lead you through best practices for creating Angular components, directives, services, pipes, and custom validators. You will get hands-on experience with Angular data-binding, handling DOM events, and Angular modules. Attendees will practice with dependency injection, use custom pipes, and develop template-driven and reactive forms. Ready to add Angular to your web development skillset? Contact us to schedule group training or enroll today in our next public live online training session.

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Intermediate Angular Programming

- $1,150.00

Learn to use advanced tools and features in this intermediate-level Angular course. Taught by a live trainer, this class goes in-depth on essential topics like creating Advanced HTTP clients and unit testing. You will get hands-on experience with REST web services and Web Sockets, including real-time functionality. You will strengthen your routing toolbelt with advanced features like lazy loading, child routes, and much more. Wrap up with a deep dive into testing and debugging your Angular applications. Start building web apps with more advanced functionality today! Take this live Angular course via in our open-enrollment online training, or contact us to schedule onsite training classes for your developers.

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Advanced Angular Programming

- $1,150.00

This Angular training course is for experienced Angular developers who are ready for complex angular projects. Class starts with advanced components including change detection, DOM manipulation, and more. Next, your instructor will share advanced techniques for integrating RxJS into your code. The class continues with an in-depth look at custom attribute directives, custom structural directives, and Angular libraries. The class wraps up with tips for application internationalization and important Angular security best practices. Dive into Advanced Angular programming and sign up for our next live online course, or schedule an onsite classroom session for your team.

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Comprehensive Angular Programming Training

Take the fast track to Introductory- and Intermediate-level Angular development. Students quickly learn to build modern interactive web applications using Angular. Attendees should have basic web development experience including HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. This class is delivered by a live instructor in a classroom for private groups.

Node.js Software Development Training

- $1,725.00

This Node.js Software Development Training class introduces Node.js as a platform. Students will learn what Node.js is, how it is used, how to install and configure Node.js using platform installation packages and source code, and much more.

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D3.js Training

In this Practical D3.js training class, students will learn to master the efficient use of this JavaScript data visualization library. Students will learn what data visualization is, how to work with it, and how to think like a D3.js expert, both practically and theoretically.

Test-Driven Development (TDD) Using React.js and ES6

This Test-driven Development (TDD) Using React and ES6 training class is a complete introduction to modern front-end development. It covers the syntax, conventions, and best practices of modern JavaScript development while also teaching React. In the process, students learn about TDD and, specifically, how to test React and Redux applications using the Jest testing framework as they build a complete React/Redux application.

Introduction to Bootstrap with Sass

If you already know HTML, CSS, and at least some JavaScript and want to learn to use Bootstrap and Sass to design, develop, and manage responsive web and mobile sites and applications, then this is the right course for you. You will first learn to use Bootstrap to quickly create modern-looking web pages. Then we will teach you to use Sass to speed up and better manage your CSS development. And finally, we'll show you how to use Bootstrap and Sass together.

Upgrading to Bootstrap 4

This Bootstrap 4 course is divided into two parts: Lecture and examples of Bootstrap 4's new and changed features and Group project work on your actual website code with your instructor to upgrade the site from Bootstrap 3 to Bootstrap 4.

Rapid Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

- $1,980.00

If you and your team need to get up to speed quickly on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript so that you can build and/or maintain the front end of websites, this may be the right course for you. But be aware that we cover a lot of material quickly. For a gentler introduction to these technologies, consider taking our Introduction to HTML, Introduction to CSS, and Introduction to JavaScript courses separately.

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AngularJS Training

If you have been tasked with supporting an existing Angular-based website that was built using the original AngularJS framework, then this is the right Angular course for you. However, if you are want to learn Angular to build new websites, you should consider our Introduction to Angular Programming Training instead.

Introduction to Bootstrap Training

- $1,150.00

Choose this Bootstrap course if you or your team wants to learn Bootstrap 4 from the ground up.

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8-min Narrated Presentation on JavaScript

  • History of JavaScript
  • Purpose of JavaScript
  • JavaScript: Difficulty Level
  • JavaScript: The Good
  • JavaScript: The Future
  • JavaScript Syntax

History of JavaScript

  • 1995 – Brendan Eich at Netscape creates JavaScript
  • 1996 – Netscape submits JavaScript to ECMA
  • 2005 – Jesse James Garrett coins the term "Ajax"
  • 2009 – ECMAScript 5 unifies JavaScript
  • 2015 – ECMAScript 6 is standardized

Purpose of JavaScript

  • General-purpose programming
  • Common Uses
    1. Web browser scripting
    2. Server-side programming
    3. Mobile apps
    4. Hardware programming

JavaScript Difficulty Level

  • Easy to get started with
  • Difficult to master

JavaScript: The Good

  • Dynamic
  • Expressive
  • Easy to read and write

JavaScript: The Bad

  • Language oddities
    1. The == and != operators
    2. The eval function
  • The name

JavaScript: The Future

  • Better browser support for ES6 and beyond
  • Reduced need for libraries like jQuery
  • JavaScript engines will be faster
  • JavaScript will likely remain the most popular language

Syntax

  • Borrows from several other languages
  • Java
  • Awk
  • Perl
  • Python
  • Case sensitive
  • Statements are separated by semicolons

JavaScript Comments

  • Two different kinds of comments
  • Single line
    • // this is a comment
  • Multi line
    • /* this is a comment it ends after the closing characters */

JavaScript Variables

  • Declared using var
  • Function scope
  • ES6 and beyond
    • let creates block-scoped variables
    • const creates constants
  • Dynamically typed

JavaScript Data Types

  • Primitive data types
    1. Boolean
    2. number
    3. string
    4. null
    5. undefined

JavaScript Objects

  • Collections of name: value pairs, separated by commas
  • Each pair is a property
  • Properties can be accessed in two ways
    • dot notation
      • myObj.property1 = "this is the value";
    • brackets notation
      • myObj['property2'] = "this is another value";

JavaScript Arrays

  • Zero-indexed list objects
  • Contain zero or more elements
  • To create an array:
    • var trees = ['elm','pine','oak'];
  • To access an array element:
    • trees[0] // 'elm'

JavaScript Functions

  • Internal programs
  • Have their own scope
  • Can accept parameters
  • Can return values
    • function myFunc(param1,param2){
      	var sum = param1 + param2;
      	return sum;
      }
      	myFunc(1,2) // 3

JavaScript Operators

  • Arithmetic
    • +, -, *, /, %
  • Comparison
    • >, <, >=, <=, ==, !=, ===, !==
    • "10" == 10 //true
    • "10" === 10 //false

JavaScript Loops

  • for loop
    • for (var i=0; i<10; i++) { console.log(i); }
  • while loop
    • while (i<10) { console.log(i); i= i+1; }
  • do/while loop
    • do {console.log(i);i=i+1;} while(i<10);

JavaScript Conditional Statements

  • if … else
    • if(price > 10) {
      		  …
      } else {
      		  …
      }
    • switch
      • switch(sandwich) {
        	case 'Ham':
        	price = 5;
        default:
        	price = 4;
        }

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