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JavaScript & front-end (not only) for back-end developers

via Udemy


JavaScript, TypeScript, React, backend, frontend, Node, npm, webpack, Mocha, CSS, ES6, modularity, tests, async

What you'll learn:
-> You'll get to know JS game changers: Node, ES6
-> You'll understand how classes and inheritance work in JS
-> You'll get to know modern JavaScript tools
-> You'll start using static typing in JS with TypeScript
-> You'll see tricks to make CSS easier
-> You'll start using the most popular JS library nowadays - React

Do you use JavaScript only when you have to? Is jQuery the last framework you remember? Maybe you don't know about the class keyword in JavaScript? Would be nice to have a static typing here, wouldn't it? How about a nice overview of the front-end technologies?

If you find any of the above questions interesting, this course is a great choice for you :) I show modern JavaScript techniques and libraries (especially React) here. This course will be surely a great start for you.

I'm here to help you with the dynamic JavaScript world, where "new day, new framework" stopped being a joke a long time ago (we have more than 500 daily publications to npm, according to modulecounts). Node, React, webpack - all the things are presented here in a nice form, compared with well-known Java tools. This course is about a current state of JavaScript, HTML and CSS, about modern tools and it gives a great overview of all of this. Front-end in a nutshell.

And, hey, TypeScript makes everything really readable :)

Classes created as functions. strange variables scoping, a problematic this, type coercion and some other odd things are popular JavaScript problems. I've seen a plenty of memes about them. On the other hand, I'm pretty sure, not every meme author took a look at the newest ECMAScript standards and mechanisms allowing many new possibilities when it comes to the front-end development. And, is this frameworks situation really as bad?

I'm sharing my knowledge and experience with you in order to prove, that it is not as bad after all!

Taught by

Mateusz Chrzonstowski

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