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The JavaScript Bootcamp

December 10, 2019 at 8:52am

The JavaScript Bootcamp

December 10, 2019 at 8:52am (Edited 7 months ago)
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This course will teach you advanced JavaScript from the ground up. It combines Scrimba's interactive code-learning experience with a world-class instructor. Enroll now and future-proof your career by becoming a JavaScript master!

Welcome to The Ultimate JavaScript Bootcamp, a course based around you and your goals—designed to teach you JavaScript in the best way possible, so you can build amazing apps, master the language, and transform your career.
You’ll learn concepts essential to making any serious app or program, break through the hard parts of the language, all while working through fun coding challenges to practice all of these concepts. And to top it off, you’ll solidify your learning by building apps, fun, practical, real-world apps like the ones you use daily.
By the end of this course you'll have a solid understanding of the following subjects:
  • Variables / Strings
  • Conditionals
  • Functions
  • Partial application
  • Currying
  • Objects
  • Set
  • Arrays
  • Classes
  • Constructor functions
  • Control flow
  • DOM
  • Async JavaScript
  • Immutability
  • Closures
  • this
  • Loops
  • state
  • Side effects
  • High-order functions
  • Cutting-edge JavaScript
  • And much more!
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Course by: Reed Barger

December 10, 2019 at 1:36pm
I'm not seeing the alert() or prompt() popups in the beginning lessons. Have I somehow turned it off?
It's going to be hard to understand the harder stuff without seeing what you are seeing :(
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UPDATE: I'm just hitting Ctrl + S to trigger the prompt on my end. I'm really liking that you are starting with explaining the basics. Questions that I've had about seemingly simple things like Let and Const now aren't using valuable brain power to try and work out.
Thanks!
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December 12, 2019 at 7:20am
UPDATE: I'm just hitting Ctrl + S to trigger the prompt on my end. I'm really liking that you are starting with explaining the basics. Questions that I've had about seemingly simple things like Let and Const now aren't using valuable brain power to try and work out.
Thanks!
Glad to hear! Yes alerts and prompts are not visible to the perspective of the user unfortunately unless they execute the code themselves. It is encouraged that the user executes the codes themselves to see these actions which on a positive note, also increase Scrimba interactivity.
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