eLearning Bundle - Javascript Online Course

Javsascript TrainingeLearning Bundle - Javascript

by Certstaffix® Training

Length: 1 Course(s)      Price: $350/person (US Dollars)      Bulk Pricing: 6+ Contact Us      Access Length: 6 Months      Category: Javascript


JavaScript is the programming language of the World Wide Web, the code that makes a Web page come alive. The Document Object Model (DOM) lets you manipulate a page dynamically and provide instant responses to user actions, with or without ongoing interactions with the Web server. JavaScript is arguably also the most widely used programming language in the world, primarily because of its use in Web browsers. The language itself is a prototype-based interpreted scripting language that has dynamic and functional characteristics, is weakly typed and supports object-oriented programming. JavaScript long ago outgrew its scripting roots to become a solid, general-purpose programming language, suitable for large-scale development. In this course you will learn about the origins of JavaScript and its core language features, giving you a solid foundation on which to take advantage of the many benefits of this versatile language.
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  • 6 month subscription length
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JavaScript - 13:25 hours

JavaScript is the programming language of the World Wide Web, the code that makes a Web page come alive. The Document Object Model (DOM) lets you manipulate a page dynamically and provide instant responses to user actions, with or without ongoing interactions with the Web server. JavaScript is arguably also the most widely used programming language in the world, primarily because of its use in Web browsers. The language itself is a prototype-based interpreted scripting language that has dynamic and functional characteristics, is weakly typed and supports object-oriented programming. JavaScript long ago outgrew its scripting roots to become a solid, general-purpose programming language, suitable for large-scale development. In this course you will learn about the origins of JavaScript and its core language features, giving you a solid foundation on which to take advantage of the many benefits of this versatile language.

JavaScript is the programming language of the World Wide Web, the code that makes a Web page come alive. This JavaScript 1.8 course will focus on Objects, Constructors, Literals and Prototypes. The first part of the course is about Creating, Manipulating, Using, and Inheritance of Objects, followed up by Arrays, and Regular Expressions. Next the course will talk about Functions and how to define, Nesting and Invoking, Parameters, Values, and Closures. The last part of the course is focused again on Objects and working with Object Constructors, Literals and Prototypes.

Once you know the basics of the JavaScript language, you can start making effective use of it in various environments. In this course you will understand the role of JavaScript in a browser. You will explore using client-side JavaScript in a browser environment. Then you will learn about browser incompatibilities. Then you will learn how to work with timers using the Windows object. Next you will see how to use the Location object to get page information and navigate to other pages and then close the course out with creating and using windows programmatically.


JavaScript, Part 1 of 6: Fundamentals
JavaScript, Part 2 of 6: Objects, Arrays, and Expressions
JavaScript, Part 3 of 6: Functions
JavaScript, Part 4 of 6: Object Constructors
JavaScript, Part 5 of 6: Web
JavaScript, Part 6 of 6: Objects
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