Advanced Javascript

In only seven hours you will learn enough javascript to transform from a Junior JS Dev into a Senior JS Guru
Advanced Javascript
File Size :
3.24 GB
Total length :
6h 42m



Asim Hussain


Last update

Last updated 2/2020



Advanced Javascript

What you’ll learn

Impress interviewers with knowledge about advanced JavaScript features
Confidently Interview other JavaScript candidates
Pass stage one JavaScript telephone interviews
Prepare for working on complex frontend frameworks like React, Vue, Svelte or Angular.

Advanced Javascript


A basic understanding of Javascript


In only seven hours you will learn enough JavaScript to transform from a junior javascript developer into a senior javascript guru.You will dramatically improve your chances of getting past a technical interview, landing that dream job and earning more money.If you are like me you learnt Javascript by just muddling along, seeing what works and learning a thing or two every day.However, without a grasp of the deeper fundamentals, you will hit quite a few head scratchy issues, introduce bugs, find it hard to read and understand framework and library code and won’t be considered a senior developer.This unique course teaches you advanced javascript knowledge through a series of interview questions, with regular quizzes on the way through to cement your knowledge. What are you going to learn?Types & Equality: The different types in JS and how to check if two values are really equal?Scopes: The different scopes a variable can be declared in and how to manipulate those scopes.Destructuring  & Looping: Did you know that JavaScript has for methods of looping over things?This: We have a whole section dedicated to the this keyword. A deep understanding of the this keyword is core to becoming a senior JavaScript developer.Object Orientation: The history of OO in JavaScript from the Prototype Pattern to the Pseudo-Classical/Constructor Pattern all the way to the class syntax introduced in ES6. You need to know the previous patterns to truly understand the current class pattern.Asynchronous Programming: JavaScript power is in its asynchronicity, you will learn all about the pros and cons of callbacks, promises and async/await.Advanced topics in Networking such as CORS and JSONP.Advanced topics in Event Handling such as the different event phases.Why an interview format?I find that it’s only when I’m facing an upcoming interview that I get into gear and really make sure I have a deep understanding of what I claim to know.I might know the best practice for how to solve a problem, but do I know why?Javascript interviews are designed to dig deeper into your knowledge of a subject, see if you are just mimicking what you have read or if you have a proper understanding. Also, it’s FUN, what’s more satisfying than learning something, then passing a test!


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Hello Introduction – NEW

Lecture 2 How to edit and run code in Chrome?

Section 2: Basics

Lecture 3 Hello Basics – NEW

Lecture 4 What is JavaScript and how does it change? – NEW

Lecture 5 What is compilations vs polyfilling? – NEW

Lecture 6 What is “use strict” and what does it do?

Lecture 7 Does javascript pass variables by reference or by value?

Lecture 8 What are the rest operators? – NEW

Lecture 9 What is the spread operator? – NEW

Lecture 10 What are template strings? – NEW

Lecture 11 What are template string tags? – NEW

Section 3: Types & Equality

Lecture 12 Hello Types & Equality – NEW

Lecture 13 What are the different types in JavaScript?

Lecture 14 What is the difference between == and ===?

Lecture 15 What is NaN and how can we check for it?

Section 4: Scopes & Variables

Lecture 16 Hello Scopes & Variables – NEW

Lecture 17 What are the different scopes in JavaScript? – NEW

Lecture 18 What is variable hoisting?

Lecture 19 What is the scope chain?

Lecture 20 What is an IIFE and why might you use it?

Lecture 21 What are function closures?

Section 5: Destructuring & Looping

Lecture 22 Hello Destructuring & Looping

Lecture 23 What is destructuring?

Lecture 24 What are the different ways you can loop with `for`?

Section 6: This

Lecture 25 Hello This – NEW

Lecture 26 What does the this keyword mean?

Lecture 27 What do the functions call, bind and apply do?

Lecture 28 What is a fat arrow function?

Section 7: Object Orientation

Lecture 29 Hello Object Orientation

Lecture 30 What is the prototype chain?

Lecture 31 What is the difference between prototypal and classical inheritance?

Lecture 32 What is the Constructor OO pattern? (part 1)

Lecture 33 What is the Constructor OO pattern? (part 2)

Lecture 34 What is the Prototype OO pattern?

Lecture 35 How do you use the class and extends keywords? – NEW

Section 8: Asynchronous Programming

Lecture 36 Hello Asynchronous Programming

Lecture 37 What is a callback?

Lecture 38 What is callback hell?

Lecture 39 What are promises?

Lecture 40 How do you chain promises together?

Lecture 41 What does the Promise.all function do?

Lecture 42 What is async/await and how is it different from promises?

Section 9: Networking

Lecture 43 17. What is CORS?

Lecture 44 18. What is JSONP?

Section 10: Events

Lecture 45 What is the difference between event capturing and bubbling?

Lecture 46 What is the difference between stopPropagation and preventDefault?

Section 11: Bonus

Lecture 47 Feedback Form

Maybe your a JS developer looking to change jobs and isn’t looking forward to the interview, I mean who does?,Maybe it’s been a while since you wrote JS and you want to get a refresher on the latest features.,Maybe you just finished another Beginner or Intermediate JavaScript course and want to get to the next level,Just about to enter the job market after a career change,New graduates coming out of university

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 6h 42m | 3.24 GB
Created by: Asim Hussain

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