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Whether you're looking for customized in-person JavaScript training for a private group or a public online JavaScript class you can join, Webucator has the solution for you.

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

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Introduction to JavaScript Training

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 great 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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Advanced JavaScript Programming

If you are looking to take your JavaScript knowledge to the next level either because you work with regular JavaScript a lot or because you need to improve your JavaScript skills to make better use a JavaScript framework, such as Angular or React, then this is a great JavaScript course for you. The training will help you get a thorough understanding of advanced JavaScript objects, arrays, and functions; the XMLHttpRequest (Ajax) API; JSON, regular expressions, and exception handling.

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Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC, and React

The software industry is evolving very rapidly and new programming languages are emerging continuously, however, JavaScript has managed to remain the most popular choice for web developers. In fact, around 88% of the websites developed to date have some part of JavaScript code in the background. With features such as native browser support and client-side processing, JavaScript will ensure that its relevance is not lost. By learning to implement JavaScript in your web applications, you can ensure seamless interaction and increase the dynamic aspects of your application.

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. We not only look at building these applications but also explore a number of best practices to be followed.

This course will cover the application development aspect of JavaScript only. It will not cover the basics of JavaScript. It is assumed that the audience is well-versed in the basics of JavaScript.

Target Audience: This course is ideal for client-side JavaScript developers.

Building Web Applications with TypeScript, Angular, and React

This course is for web developers who are well-versed in JavaScript and want to take their TypeScript knowledge to the next level. TypeScript is the future of JavaScript. TypeScript offers a sliding scale of how much or how little effort you want to put into your declarations: the more effort you put in, the more type safety and code intelligence you get.
TypeScript allows developers to write readable and maintainable web applications. Adopting TypeScript results in more robust software, while still being deployable in apps where regular JavaScript is running.

Pure JavaScript lacks certain language features that are taken for granted in languages such as C# and Java. For example, it has no built-in module system, meaning that there's no standard way of producing self-contained blocks of code that present well-defined interfaces to developers.

In this Building Web Applications with TypeScript, Angular, and React training class, we will begin by learning the fundamentals of TypeScript and eventually move toward advanced concepts. Learn how TypeScript relates to JavaScript that you may have written before. We will understand the benefits of TypeScript and how it can help you avoid software defects. We will learn to use type guards, check null and undefined, create tagged union types, and compare the performance of algorithms.

We will use TypeScript to build a weather forecast widget with Angular. We will then progress by building a note-taking client/server application using Angular, Node.js, and MongoDB. Finally, we will create a real-time chat application with React.

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Introduction to Angular Programming Training

If you want to build modern interactive websites, have chosen Angular as your JavaScript framework, and need to get up to speed on it quickly, then this is the right course for you. This course is appropriate for anyone using versions Angular 2 and later. If you need to learn AngularJS to support an existing website, you should take our AngularJS course instead.

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Advanced Angular Programming

This Advanced Angular Programming training class is for developers already experience with Angular and now further develop their skills. Among other things, you will learn how to consume REST web services and WebSocket data from Angular 5 applications, to take advantage of advanced features of the Angular Routing module, to use Angular Animations, and to test and debug Angular applications.

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Comprehensive Angular Programming Training

If your team needs a comprehensive learning experience in Angular this is the right course for you. Students will learn to build modern interactive websites using Angular as the JavaScript framework. This course is appropriate for anyone using versions Angular 2 and later. If your team needs to learn AngularJS to support an existing website, please see our AngularJS course instead.

Node.js Software Development Training

This Node.js Software Development Training class introduces Node.js as a platform. Node.js is an open-source framework that runs on various platforms, such as Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, etc. It is built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast and scalable network applications. Node.js uses JavaScript on the server. Node.js can be used to create console, desktop, web services, and web applications. Node.js provides a rich library of various JavaScript modules, which simplifies the development of web applications using Node.js to a great extent.

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Introduction to React.js and Redux Training

React is a popular, high-performance JavaScript library for building fast, composable user interfaces. The Redux library is a variant form of the Flux pattern, providing a state machine for managing the state of a React application in a single dispatcher store. This Introduction to React/Redux course teaches experienced JavaScript developers the skills they need to immediately implement React/Redux in their applications.

This class is intended for experienced JavaScript developers. Approximately 1-2 years of JavaScript experience should suffice. Students will use intermediate and advanced JavaScript concepts and features extensively and will be expected to come to understand these features during the course. Students without JavaScript experience should not take this course.

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

In this 5-day Test-Driven Development (TDD) Using React.js and ES6 training class, students will gain hands-on experience with some of the most current tools, techniques, and technologies in front-end web development.

Test-driven Development (TDD) Using React and ES6 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.

This course is ideal for experienced software developers who are new to JavaScript and TDD or for JavaScript developers who may be new to ES6+ and TDD.

Ajax Training

If you or your team have solid client-side web development skills and now want to learn to make your pages more interactive using Ajax to update the web page without a full refresh, this is the course for you. Ajax techniques are used behind modern JavaScript frameworks, such as Angular, Backbone.js and React.js. While we offer courses specific to each of those frameworks, this Ajax course is framework independent and teaches you the fundamentals of creating sophisticated Ajax-based applications.

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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 better manage your CSS development. And finally, we'll show you how to use Bootstrap and Sass together.

Rapid Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

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.

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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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Introduction to JavaScript TrainingJul 10 - Jul 13, 2018$1,300.00Register
Introduction to JavaScript TrainingAug 07 - Aug 10, 2018$1,300.00Register
Advanced JavaScript ProgrammingJun 21 - Jun 22, 2018$790.00Register
Advanced JavaScript ProgrammingJul 05 - Jul 06, 2018$790.00Register
Building Web Applications with TypeScript, Angular, and ReactAug 09 - Aug 10, 2018$1,050.00Register
Building Web Applications with TypeScript, Angular, and ReactSep 06 - Sep 07, 2018$1,050.00Register
Introduction to Angular Programming TrainingJun 25 - Jun 27, 2018$1,575.00Register
Introduction to Angular Programming TrainingJul 30 - Aug 01, 2018$1,575.00Register
Advanced Angular Programming Jun 28 - Jun 29, 2018$1,050.00Register
Advanced Angular Programming Aug 02 - Aug 03, 2018$1,050.00Register
Node.js Software Development TrainingJul 11 - Jul 13, 2018$1,575.00Register
Node.js Software Development TrainingAug 15 - Aug 17, 2018$1,575.00Register
Ajax TrainingJul 09 - Jul 11, 2018$1,185.00Register
Ajax TrainingAug 13 - Aug 15, 2018$1,185.00Register
Rapid Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScriptJun 25 - Jun 28, 2018$1,300.00Register
Rapid Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScriptAug 07 - Aug 10, 2018$1,300.00Register
AngularJS TrainingJun 25 - Jun 27, 2018$1,575.00Register

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I truly enjoyed my Advanced Javascript Programming class. The instructor's breadth of information added credibility for the training and the trainer. I did come away with a better understanding of Advanced JavaScript techniques and I feel that those skills will only further enhance my job performance. Great class.

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This course provided me with much more than the "how-to" write AJAX code but really sparked my imagination to a whole new universe of possible reasons to use AJAX.

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