The Modern JavaScript Bootcamp (2018)

Learn JavaScript by building real-world apps. Includes 3 real-world projects, 80 programming challenges, and ES6/ES7!
 

What you’ll learn

  • Learn JavaScript by building three real-world web applications
  • Gain a deep understanding of how JavaScript works behind the scenes
  • Explore the latest cutting-edge features from ES6 and ES7
  • Test your skills and gain confidence by completing over 80 coding challenges
  • Learn how to deploy your application to the web so you can share them with everyone
  • Learn how to use Promises and Async/Await with asynchronous JavaScript
  • Get more done by learning how to debug and fix your code when things go wrong
  • Get access to a free 80 page PDF guide with lecture notes, code samples, and documentation links
29.5 hours on-demand video
 

Have you tried to learn JavaScript before?

JavaScript is the most popular programming language out there, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to learn. You end up wasting time on out-of-date courses and incomplete YouTube tutorials that talk about a JavaScript features without showing how to use them when building real-world applications.

Sound familiar?

I built this course to teach you how to build and launch your own JavaScript web applications.

The Modern JavaScript Bootcamp starts from scratch and builds up your knowledge of the JavaScript language. Yes, you’ll learn all the features of the language, but you’ll also learn how to use those features together to create a complete application.

This comprehensive course covers the modern ES6 and ES7 JavaScript features used in the real world. You’ll gain an understanding of the latest cutting-edge language features.

Getting experience writing code on your own is a big part of learning JavaScript. That’s why I’ve included over 80 challenges designed to get you writing code, adding app features, and solving a wide range of problems. These challenges will give you the skills and confidence needed to create your own web application.

There are no starter projects here. You’ll see what it takes to launch a JavaScript application, from the first line of code to the final deployed application.

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