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JavaScript Intro | Training Course

Add powerful interactivity to your website to provide a richer, more responsive experience.
This course has everything you need to become a JavaScript developer.

JAVASCRIPT EXPERTS | PROFESSIONAL TRAINING | SMALL COURSE SIZES | ONLINE COURSE AVAILABLE

  Course Dates Venue   Price  
London Bridge £379 + VAT save £100
London Bridge £399 + VAT save £80
Online £429 + VAT save £50
London Bridge £479 + VAT
Online £479 + VAT
London Bridge £479 + VAT
Online £479 + VAT

JavaScript Intro | Training Course

Course Takeaways
Course Info

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Course Takeaways
Takeaways

What will I learn?

  • Terminology and user interaction
  • Variables and Operators
  • Objects and Conditionals
  • Built-in and custom functions
  • Loops and Arrays
  • Free digital course assets
  • Free post-course helpdesk support
Course Takeaways
Learner Reviews

How good is the course?

  • Average Score 4.8 out of 5
  • Delicious lunch provided
  • Certificate of Achievement
  • 84 reviews

Day one

Getting Started

• Overview

• About terminology

• Embedding Scripts

• Syntax and Comments

• Testing via alert and console

• Hello World

• Basic user interaction

Variables

• Concept

• Global variables

• Declare, initialise and test

• Write values to and within the page

• Data types

Operators

• Assignment

• Comparison/Inequality

• Increment/Decrement

• Concatenation

• Logical AND

Objects

• About OBJECTS

• DOM basics

• Methods and Properties

• Creating a Date object

• Waiting for page load

• Assigning user events

Conditionals

• Syntax and structure

• Boolean logic

• IF, ELSE IF and ELSE statements

• Nested conditionals

• Responding to conditions

Built-In Functions

Such As:

• getElementById

• prompt

• confirm

• Running code at intervals with set Timeout

Day two

Custom Functions

• Syntax

• Build a function

• Local Variables

• Returning values

Loops

• FOR loop concept and syntax

• While loop

• do /while loop

• Applied loops

Arrays

• Concept and syntax

• Populating an array

• Looping through an Array

• Sorting an Array

Random

• Using MATH round, random, ceil and floor

• Produce random numbers within a range

• Select randomly from an Array

Conclusion

• Recap

• What's next

• Top Javascript Libraries

Questions and answers

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"Great at tailoring the class' pace to the abilities of those on the call - mistakes didn't feel like mistakes, but teaching opportunities instead."
Scott Dunn
8th March - JavaScript : Introduction

Latest Reviews



"Great instruction and never felt like I couldn't ask a question."
Bird & Bird
  • 4th March


"Crammed a lot of information in. Patience (!) and encouragement, finding ways to repeat concepts so they eventually go in, and building to real world practical examples. A good number of breaks and refreshments, and good number of hours to the day. Thank you!"
Christie's
  • 2nd November


"Professionalism, surroundings - everything is really good"
Middlesex University London
  • 7th September