Learning the JavaScript Basics with Pluralsight Courses

Check out 5 courses on JavaScript that would help you get to know the programming language and practice coding in it.

JavaScript: Getting Started

Check out an introductory course for beginners. 

What you’ll learn:

  • The types of applications that can be built with JavaScript, and the platforms they’ll run on.
  • Next, you’ll explore the basics of JavaScript, learning from plenty of JavaScript examples.
  • Lastly, you’ll put your JavaScript knowledge to work and modify a modern, responsive web page.

Javascript Generators and Iterators

Grab a course to dice into generators and iterators in Javascript. 

What you’ll focus on: 

  • Foundational knowledge of these constructs so that you feel comfortable using them every day
  • What iterators are and a few of the available built-in iterables
  • Generator functions and the yield keyword
  • How to use Cancelable Async Flows to help treat your generator functions like async functions.

JavaScript Variables and Types

Learn more about the variables and types and how to work with them. 

Course details:

  • Working with variables and types in JavaScript
  • Employing variables
  • Employing literals and assignments
  • Applying primitive types
  • JavaScript Arrays and Collections

JavaScript Arrays and Collections

Check out a course on JavaScript Arrays and Collections.

During the course, you will learn how to create and apply data collections to your web applications. You will get to know how to apply more advanced array methods to your current arrays. Alongside, you will learn how to store unique data using sets. Then you will explore how to store data using key and value pairs with maps. In the end, you will find out how to work directly with binary data using typed arrays.

Working with JavaScript Modules

Join the course on JavaScript Modules. 

Course’s insights:

  • Breaking your code out into modules in a logical way and using those modules in your application
  • Learning what modules are and why you should use them
  • Exploring how to import and export code from modules
  • Discovering how to use those modules in a real-world application.

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