UPDATED JavaScript Complete Grandmaster 2022

Beginner to Advanced. Proven hands on teaching method. Comprehensive. Practical & current. Everything you need to know.
UPDATED JavaScript Complete Grandmaster 2022
File Size :
6.67 GB
Total length :
13h 12m



Clyde Matthew


Last update

Last updated 10/2022



UPDATED JavaScript Complete Grandmaster 2022

What you’ll learn

220+ lectures and 12.5+ hours of well-structured content
Latest JavaScript (including ES6/ES7/ES8/ES9/ES10/ESNext)
Understand what JavaScript can do for you and how to use it
From beginner to expert (advanced +) – become a freelancer web developer
*** Download. Videos can be downloaded for offline viewing
Ongoing updates to keep you current
Learn how HTML, CSS and JavaScript relate to each other
If you have knowledge of machine languages and the fundamentals of JavaScript, start at section 4
You will emerge an expert
How to write JavaScript in the console (very useful when you’re testing code)
Introduction to machine language, JavaScript engines, IDEs
How to use a text editor (both online ones and offline ones) that are completely free
Gives you depth of knowledge to boost your ability and confidence
Forum support from me
All the techniques used by professional programmers

UPDATED JavaScript Complete Grandmaster 2022


Basic html/css
No previous JavaScript skills are needed. By the end of course, you’ll be a JavaScript Grandmaster
Desire to KNOW JavaScript
A computer is required as you need to code alongside me to learn effectively


What this course covers?JavaScript is the #1 scripting language of the web, where a lot of the dynamic and styled content is handled by JavaScript in the background. But before using this language to create dynamic websites, you need to have a firm grasp of how it works behind the scenes.By the end of this course, you’ll be able to “speak” JavaScript by gaining an understanding of how the browser uses it, what variables, objects and functions are, what different data types there are and how to manipulate content on a website. We dig deeper and create our own dialog methods from scratch. We learn about the arrow syntax, Math.random() function, looping through objects and arrays, working with dates. We look at prototypes, JS Engines, the Execution Stack and a whole bunch more!Through practical examples, this course helps you understand JavaScript piece by piece. And we use the latest and best features of JavaScript along the way so you can stay ahead of the pack.*** A detailed JavaScript course on Udemy ***Successful programmers know more than rote learning a few lines of JavaScript code. They also know the fundamentals of how the language works, its strength and weaknesses, and how the machine uses what they write to create amazing and functional websites.I want you to become a successful programming Grandmaster.I want you to be able to apply JavaScript to your webpage.This course is perfect for you.DescriptionHi there, my name is Clyde and together we’re going to discover JavaScript and apply it to practical situations. We’re going to practice and learn and emerge confident to tackle any challenges modern programs and websites throw at us.After completing a few (unrelated) university degrees, and post grad studies, I developed a fascination for web design and software languages. For several years I have immersed myself in this. I spent a fair bit on top courses and went on to apply the knowledge practically. I recognized gaps in some of the courses I’ve taken and hence my course teaches what I wish I was taught. My intention is to share the knowledge with you in an easy to follow manner, so that we can benefit together. You benefit form learning, and I from sharing in your success.This course is for beginners and for intermediates. If you know the basics, you may want to skip the first few sections.Download all course contentI allow you to download all my course content to your computer for offline access. I remember how important this was to me when I was first starting out. Enjoy!We dig deeperYou won’t just learn a few pieces of code, you will also learn the fundamentals of programming itself. This is important as all programming languages are built from the same foundation. Learning core concepts of JavaScript will put you on the path of becoming an Grandmaster programmer in any language.You will learn “why” things work and not just “how”. Understanding the fundamentals of JavaScript is important as it will allow you to write more complicated code. And trust me, every programming encounters bugs, and without understanding the fundamentals you will be totally lost.Practice makes perfectTheory is theory … but there’s nothing like getting behind your computer and typing in code. That’s why we will be coding, laughing and pulling out our hair together as we code real life websites and exercises during this course.Is this course for you?If you fit in any of these categories then this course is perfect for you:Student #1: You want to dabble in the world of programming: learning the fundamentals of JavaScript will allow you to extend this knowledge to any languageStudent #2: You want to gain a deep understanding of JavaScript, the world’s most popular scripting languageStudent #3: You want to start using frameworks like Angular or Node.js, which are heavily dependent on JavaScriptStudent #4: You kinda know what JavaScript is, but have little knowledge about how it works behind the scenes, and how to practically implement it in your codeStudent #5: You have taken other courses in JavaScript but just don’t feel like you’ve grasped itWhat do you get?· Lifetime access to all tutorial videos. No fees or monthly subscriptions.· *** Watch videos offline by being able to download them. Many courses don’t allow this, but I do as I know how useful it can be. · Q&A support.· Quizzes and challenges to help you learn.Let’s get excited about becoming a professional in JavaScript, and to be able to confidently apply it to your website. See you in class.


Section 1: Programming, machine code and interpretors

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Who should do this section?

Lecture 3 Programming – what is it?

Lecture 4 English Analogy

Lecture 5 Order Matters

Lecture 6 GIGO

Lecture 7 Quick Recap

Lecture 8 Hundreds of Languages

Lecture 9 Machine Code – Intro

Lecture 10 Machine Code – A Little Deeper

Lecture 11 Processors

Lecture 12 Low Level Languages

Lecture 13 High Level Languages

Lecture 14 Step Back – a comparison between Low Level and High Level Languages

Lecture 15 Writing JavaScript – How How How

Lecture 16 Compiling

Lecture 17 Interpretors

Lecture 18 Compiling vs Interpreting

Lecture 19 Compiled vs Interpreted Code

Lecture 20 Intermediate

Lecture 21 Motivation

Lecture 22 Recap: Compiling, Interpreting and JavaScript

Lecture 23 Outro

Section 2: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (and bonus ECMAScript)

Lecture 24 Who should do this section?

Lecture 25 Section Introduction

Lecture 26 Relationship between HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Lecture 27 Practical Example: Browsers Default CSS Styles

Lecture 28 Practical Example: Changing Button Text

Lecture 29 Scripting Language

Lecture 30 Is JavaScript a ‘safe’ language?

Lecture 31 Java vs JavaScript

Lecture 32 PART 1 – ECMAScript and ES6

Lecture 33 PART 2 – ECMAScript and ES6

Section 3: JavaScript Engines

Lecture 34 Section Introduction

Lecture 35 Engines – Introduction

Lecture 36 Why are there different JS Engines?

Lecture 37 V8 Engine

Lecture 38 JavaScript lives in different environments

Lecture 39 Frontend vs Backend

Lecture 40 Outro

Lecture 41 Keep going

Section 4: Writing JavaScript in the Console

Lecture 42 Section introduction

Lecture 43 Console – Introduction

Lecture 44 Alert Function – Introduction

Lecture 45 Console Log

Lecture 46 Statements vs Expressions

Lecture 47 Browser Object Model (BOM)

Lecture 48 Window Object – Playaround

Lecture 49 Can we access a new Window object with JavaScript?

Lecture 50 Deprecated Window Properties

Lecture 51 Console – Log, Info, Warn and Error

Lecture 52 Console – Assert

Lecture 53 Console – Count, Dir, Group, Time, Table

Lecture 54 Substitutions

Lecture 55 Substitutions vs Template Literals

Lecture 56 Concatenation vs Template Literals

Section 5: IDE and Text Editors – Introduction

Lecture 57 Before you begin

Lecture 58 IDEs – Intro

Lecture 59 What are 3 cool extensions you can use with VSCode?

Lecture 60 Local Server

Lecture 61 How to include JavaScript in your HTML

Lecture 62 Where do you write your JavaScript code?

Lecture 63

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