Guide to Vanilla JavaScript

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  • Last Update August 21, 2020


JavaScript has become an essential web technology along with HTML and CSS, as most browsers implement JavaScript. Thus, you must learn JavaScript if you want to get into web development, and you must learn it well if you’re planning on being a front-end developer or on using JavaScript for backend development.

JavaScript is a good choice for your first programming language.  JavaScript is nearly ubiquitous. And you can use to develop all sorts of applications. Many websites you probably use every day rely on JavaScript, including Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Spotify.

JavaScript is easy. We are  not the first one or last one to point out this, because this fact is very well known across the industry. This is why it is a very good starting point for those interested in learning to code.

JavaScript is a real programming language: It doesn’t work like HTML or CSS and it has its own set of rules… and although it’s not always easy for Web Designers to switch gears and start thinking like computer programmers, my hope is that my gentle introduction will make your transition easier.

The goal of this course isn’t to turn you into the next great programmer. This course is meant to familiarize Web Designers and Newbie Programmers with the ins and outs of JavaScript and then move on to more advanced concepts and tools for adding really useful interactivity to a Web site as quickly and easily as possible. Perhaps best of all, JavaScript is actually built into your browser, so you don’t have to install anything to start programming in it. That makes it incredibly accessible. There’s a good chance you’ll find the basics easy to learn, but don’t worry because there are plenty of advanced concepts to keep you busy learning for a very long time.

In the past several years, JavaScript has undergone a rebirth, fueled by high-profile websites like Google, Uber, Nexflix which use JavaScript extensively to create interactive web applications. There’s never been a better time to learn JavaScript. With the wealth of knowledge and the quality of scripts being written, you can add sophisticated interaction to your website—even if you’re a beginner.



Main Features

  • Coding environments
  • Basics of JavaScript
  • Working with frameworks
  • Master frontend development with React
  • Advanced JavaScript
  • DOM Manipulation
  • Backend Development

What is the target audience?

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner web developers/programmers who want to learn how to implement JavaScript to create interactive Web Applications
  • This course can act as a stepping stone to learning more advanced JavaScript implementations that incorporate modern frameworks like React and Angular
  • This course is not for experienced web developers