JavaScript 101

New York, 115W 30th St.
JavaScript 101
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  • Art
    Instructor
  • Web Development
    Categories
  • JavaScript
    Categories
  • Beginner
    Skill Level

ABOUT THE COURSE

Javascript has become one of the most popular coding languages throughout the world through its ease of use and broad capabilities. Right now, Javascript is used to develop the most advanced web applications that render large bits of information and unbelievably fast speeds. Right now, its community of developers continue to grow globally, adding new ways for us users to see the world of web and beyond.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is designed to introduce you to the world of Javascript code. There is absolutely no experience needed. As long as you have a working machine to write code in, (AKA laptop or tablet), you are good to go. To also note, you WILL be coding in this class. Therefore be sure to stretch those fingers beforehand!

The core principles and learning objectives

1. Analyzing the history of Javascript (How client side Javascript became a “happy accident” to become one of the world's most popular coding languages. 2. List and apply simple Javascript building blocks to build algorithms 3. Establish a professional Javascript coding environment

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

  • Web Development Roots
  • Javascript data types of native functionality.
  • Functions in Javascript
  • JSON
  • Advanced web features and final introduction
  • Road ahead

The core principles and learning objectives

1. Analyzing the history of Javascript (How client side Javascript became a “happy accident” to become one of the world's most popular coding languages. 2. List and apply simple Javascript building blocks to build algorithms 3. Establish a professional Javascript coding environment

Things To Remember

  • Please bring your own laptop to class.
  • We will help you to install all the programs you need in class.
  • If you withdraw one day before the course start date, any deposit paid will be refunded in full.
  • If you cannot attend classes for which you were charged, you could join next cohort and make up the missed classes.