JavaScript Super Course (Starter)

Created By: Trevor Page


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Lessons: 38
Video: 14.0 Hours
You'll learn all about JavaScript and how to create dynamic webpages using HTML and JavaScript in this course
  Supplemental material available for download.
  Videos are downloadable for offline viewing.

What's Inside This Offer?

JavaScript Super Course

JavaScript Basics

Variables (24:52)
Control Structures (15:18)
Advanced IF Statements (25:05)
For Loops (18:46)
Advanced For Loops (26:33)
While Loops (27:10)

HTML Basics

HTML Tags (14:18)
Creating Your First Webpage (18:30)
Input Tags (22:50)
Input Tags (Part II) (15:06)
Importing Scripts (21:58)

Functions

What are Functions? (14:23)
What are Functions? (Part II) (26:57)

Fun with Strings

String Manipulation (33:05)
IndexOf Function (08:46)

Data Structures and Objects

Arrays (Part I) (14:44)
Arrays (Part II) (24:57)
Objects (Part I) (13:35)
Objects (Part II) (13:14)
Objects (Part III) (24:29)
The Prototype (20:05)

Miscellaneous Topics

Null vs. Undefined (15:57)
Debugging (22:39)

JavaScript Closures

Closures + Encapsulation (30:32)
Closures (Part II) (39:31)

Final Assignment

Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part I) (18:51)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part II) (27:42)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part III) (31:32)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part IV) (21:15)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part V) (20:14)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part VI) (30:38)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part VII) (26:45)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part VIII) (18:50)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part IX) (30:59)
Legend of the Blue Mongoose (Part X) (41:52)

Student Reviews

Adrian says:

Not very good  

Trevor could make the course more professional just by adding JSON. Instead we get pretty useless local storage saving. Assignment is little chaotic, no source code avaible and we leave it unfinished Rest of the course is pretty good

Jonathan Barnett says:

Meh  

I went through all the videos and at the end didn't feel like I had learned anything very useful. There were a few good points, but nothing that couldn't have easily been googled for how to do something. Trevor needs to improve on preparing what he's going to teach. It seem liked half of the videos were spent on him rambling on about what he wanted to teach/going on random tangents/trying to figure out what he wanted to do. If he would have prepared a lesson plan I think this series could have been improved upon.

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