Javascript Programming For Everyone

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Javascript Programming For Everyone Learn to code JavaScript like a professional programmer! Perfect for frontend web developers who want to become coders!

What You’ll Learn

  • Javascript From Beginner To Advanced
  • Variables, Numbers, and Math
  • While and For Loops
  • How To Build FizzBuzz
  • How To Pick a Coding Text Editor
  • Conditional If/Else & Comparisons
  • Arrays, Objects, and Functions
  • How to Create Math Flashcards

Description

In this course we’ll learn the Javascript programming language from an absolute Beginner level all the way to Advanced in no time at all!

This course is aimed at the absolute beginner, you don’t need any coding experience at all!

We’ll start out by setting downloading and installing the Sublime Text Editor – for free. That’s the only tool you’ll need to start writing and running Javascript code.

Then, we’ll dive into very basic computer science concepts. Things like:

  • Printing to the Screen
  • Variables
  • Numbers and Simple Math
  • Comparison Operators
  • Assignment Operators

After that, we’ll move into more intermediate topics like:

  • Conditional If/Else Statements
  • While Loops
  • For Loops
  • Fizzbuzz

Finally we’ll finish up with more advanced topics like:

  • Arrays
  • Objects
  • Functions

After that we’ll learn web development things like

  • Pop Ups
  • Web Forms
  • And More…

Towards the end of the course we’ll put everything we’ve learned together and build a fun little math flashcard web app. You’ll be surprised at how quick and easy this will actually be!

Javascript is one of the greatest programming languages to learn, and learning has never been this easy!

I’ll see you on the inside!

-John Elder

In this course we’ll learn the Javascript programming language from an absolute Beginner level all the way to Advanced in no time at all! This course is aimed at …

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