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- Organize your code with variables
- Understand how functions make your code reusable
- Use the popular if/else statement to help make a decision in code
- Learn about switch statements and when to use them
- Work with for, while, and do...while loops
- Learn how to use global and local scope
- Understand what closures are
- Learn about the various places your code can live
- Understand how to write comments and use good commenting practices
- Find out that pizza has an educational value beyond just being deliciously awesome
- Learn how to perform common string operations
- Use arrays to handle lists of data
- Learn to create custom objects
- Get up to speed on some of the big ES6 changes
Published by Que Publishing (July 6th 2021) - Copyright © 2020
Subject: Information Technology
Category: Computer Concepts & Applications
Table of contents
- 1 Hello, World!
- 2 Easily testing your code
- Part I The Basic Stuff
- 3 Values and Variables
- 4 Functions
- 5 Conditional Statements: If, Else, and Switch
- 6 Meet the Loops: For, While, and Do...While!
- 7 Timers
- 8 Variable Scope
- 9 Let and Const
- 10 Closures
- 11 Where Should Your Code Live?
- 12 Commenting Your Code
- Part II It's an Object-Oriented World
- 13 Of Pizza, Types, Primitives, and Objects
- 14 Strings
- 15 When Primitives Behave Like Objects
- 16 Arrays
- 17 Numbers
- 18 A Deeper Look at Objects
- 19 Extending Built-in Objects
- 20 Defining Objects as a Class
- 21 Extending Objects
- 22 Booleans and the Stricter === and !== Operators
- 23 Null and Undefined
- 24 Immediately Invoked Function Expressions
- Part III Working with the DOM
- 25 JS, The Browser, and The DOM
- 26 Finding Elements in the DOM
- 27 Modifying DOM Elements
- 28 Styling Your Content
- 29 Traversing the DOM
- 30 Creating and Removing DOM Elements
- 31 In-Browser Developer Tools
- Part IV Dealing with Events
- 32 Events
- 33 Event Bubbling and Capturing
- 34 Mouse Events
- 35 Keyboard Events
- 36 Page Load Events and Other Stuff
- 37 Handling Events for Multiple Elements
- 38 Promises and Asynchronous Events
- Part V Web Components
- 39 What are web components?
- 40 Building a custom element
- 41 Styling and the Shadow DOM
- 42 Templates and Slots
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