JavaScript fundamentals: development for absolute beginners

JavaScript fundamentals: development for absolute beginners

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JavaScript is a programming language that makes web sites interactive. Bob

Tabor with the help of 21 episodes teaches you the concepts applicable to

web based videogames, enhanced user interfaces, and dynamic web pages.


														               
							 	 						

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As we know JavaScript is a programming language that makes web sites interactive. It can be used to make a wide range of web applications. If you want to learn this interesting language, then you can learn the fundamentals of Javascript programming from Bob Tabor. This tutorial has a collection of 21 episodes. Tune in to learn concepts applicable to web-based videogames, enhanced

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user interfaces, and dynamic web pages. The author takes you through getting the tools, writing code, and much more! Each concept is broken into its own video so you can search for and focus on the information you need. The first part is the the introductory video, through which he sets some high-level goals and explains how JavaScript is used in web development as well as how to get the most out of this video series. In the second part, you get started by setting up the development environment and an HTML5 template webpage before building a simple ‘Hello World’ example. Then he helps in creating a more interesting example discussed at length. In this video he walks through the example line by line, explaining the purpose of the various key words and operators and providing a general overview of topics for the next eight lessons. Going further, there are topics such as “Writing JavaScript in Visual Web Developer Express Edition”, “JavaScript Variables, Types, Operators, and Expressions”, “Conditional Logic in JavaScript” and many more. You can also download the entire series source code. To go through this full tutorial click here.

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New entry in devworx block. Trying to do a bit of romance with technical writing. I am not an expert....but not all authors are cut from the same cloth. I tweet @aemrit