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JavaScript Essentials 1

JavaScript Essentials 1

  • 15.05.2023
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The primary objective of this course is to help you progress from a state of being completely unfamiliar with programming to a level of proficiency that enables you to create, code, debug, and execute programs using the JavaScript language, as well as gain a basic understanding of software development principles.

The course centers on essential JavaScript language concepts, covering topics such as syntax and semantics, best coding practices, tools and resources, and coding fundamentals such as variables, data types, type conversion, operators, user input, flow control, functions, error handling, debugging, and problem-solving.

The course will prepare you for jobs and careers connected with widely understood software and web development, which includes not only creating the code itself as a junior developer, but also web designfront-end development, and application testing.


You will learn: 


- The universal concepts of computer programming

- The syntax and semantics of the JavaScript language

- Practice skills in resolving typical implementation challenges

- Design, develop and debug JS scripts

- Algorithmic and analytical thinking 

- Best practices in programming


Module 1 – Introduction to JavaScript and Computer Programming

  • How to communicate with the computer;
  • What is JS;
  • JS – Advantages and Limitations;
  • Where is JS used today;
  • Development tools;
  • Online development environment;
  • Local development environment (code editor, interpreter, debugger);
  • How can you run your JavaScript code;
  • Executing the code directly in the console.

Module 2 – Variables, Data Types, Type Casting, and Comments

  • Naming, declaring and initializing variables;
  • Declarations and strict mode;
  • Changing variable values;
  • Constants;
  • Scope (blocks, shadowing, hoisting);
  • Data types in JS;
  • Primitive data types – Boolean;
  • Primitive data types – Number;
  • Primitive data types – BigInt;
  • Primitive data types – String;
  • Primitive data types – undefined;
  • Primitive data types – Symbol;
  • Primitive data types – null;
  • Type casting – primitive construction functions – null;
  • Type casting – primitive conversions;
  • Conversion to String;
  • Conversion to Number;
  • Conversion to Boolean;
  • Conversion to BigInt;
  • Implicit Conversions;
  • Complex data types – Object;
  • Complex data types – Array;
  • Array – the length property;
  • Array – the indexOf method;
  • Array – the push method;
  • Array – the unshift method;
  • Array – the pop method;
  • Array – the reverse method;
  • Array – the slice method;
  • Array – the concat method;
  • Single-line comments;
  • Multi-line comments;
  • Documentation;
  • Code toggle.

Module 3 – Operators and User Interaction

  • What are operators;
  • Assignment operators;
  •  Arithmetic operators;
  • Arithmetic operators – compound assignment operators;
  •  Logical operators;
  •  Logical operators – compound assignment operators;

Module 4 – Control Flow – Conditional Execution and Loops

  • What is conditional execution?
  • The if statement;
  • The if–else statement;
  • The if–else–if statement;
  • The conditional operator;
  • The switch–case statement;
  • What are loops?;
  • The while loop;
  • The do–while loop;
  • The for loop;
  • The for–of loop;
  • The for–in loop;
  • The break and continue statements.

  Module 5 – Functions

  • What are functions?;
  • Declaring functions;
  • Calling functions;
  • Local variables;
  • The return statement;
  • Function parameters;
  • Shadowing;
  • Parameter validation;
  • Recursion;
  • Functions as first-class members;
  • Function expressions;
  • Synchronous callbacks;
  • Asynchronous callbacks;
  • Arrow functions.

Module 6 -  Errors, exceptions, debugging, and troubleshooting

  • Errors – the programmer’s daily bread;
  • Natural languages and communication errors;
  • Errors vs exceptions;
  • Errors without exceptions;
  • Limited confidence;
  • Types of errors – SyntaxError;
  • Types of errors – ReferenceError;
  • Types of errors – TypeError;
  • Types of errors – RangeError;
  • The try–catch statement;
  • Conditional exception handling;
  • The finally statement;
  • The throw statement and custom errors;
  • What is debugging?;
  • Step-by-step execution;
  • Environment preparation;
  • The debugger statement;
  • The resume option;
  • Code debugging without the debugger statement;
  • The step over option;
  • The step into option;
  • The call stack option;
  • Viewing and modifying variables;
  • The step out option;
  • TMeasuring code execution time.


  • Anyone who has little or no knowledge in JavaScript.
  • Anyone who wants to start career in Web Development.

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