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ES6, ES7 & ES8, TIME to update your JavaScript / ECMAScript!

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If you have spent anytime coding in JavaScript, you have heard about ES6, ECMAScript, or ES2015. Maybe it was an obnoxious co–worker trying to put you down, another Udemy course keeps mentioning it, or you saw it on a Stack Overflow answer. If you’re not familiar with it, or are still wondering what the difference is between ECMAScript and Javascript, it’s the update that occurred in 2015 and subsequent years. Considering the history of JavaScript (which started in 1995), there was no update between 2000 and 2008, then again after that from 2008 until 2015, ECMAScript 2015 it is a BIG deal. It modernizes JavaScript. Smaller, but still important changes were released in ES7 (2016) and ES8 (2017).

I will take you through all the changes, one at a time in a modular approach. This means that you can do chapters as needed, out of order, etc. without serious issues. There is a significant history lesson in order to place JavaScript and ECMAScript in context and we’ll do comparisons to other languages so you get a feel for why certain things were added or changed. I also do frequent comparisons between JavaScript and other languages like C, Java, and Python. You do NOT need to know these languages to appreciate the nuances; they are simply helpful at understanding the reasons behind the ECMAScript standard, JavaScript, and update.

Instructor Details

Robert Bunch has been a developer since 2004, having built complex applications for small tech startups to major companies. Most recently, he has been a code school instructor since 2015 where he's worked directly with students applying his passion for teaching and development. His ability to break down the complexities of code and demystify the magic trick, have had immense success as told by his students. He earned a computer science degree in 2001.

Specification: ES6, ES7 & ES8, TIME to update your JavaScript / ECMAScript!

Duration

13 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Kalpesh Patel

    Rob is an excellent instructor and a skilled explainer. No extra lengthy stuff, he sticks with easy to understand example. I am an intermediate JavaScript developer and I learned a lot of new things in this course. I’d highly recommend this course.

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  2. Karlan Astrego

    Very good course. You can really tell that Robert has a background in Computer Science. That is a big plus. He compares the new additions to Javascript to other languages. It makes really clear the purposes of those new additions. I started this course because I wanted to learn more about promises (I did) but I learned so much more (like Generatorts, Iterators, etc). Highly recommended.

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  3. Sanwar Hussain

    Pretty indepth course sofar, I like the way he teaches everything, alot new to learn. Very Good tutorial.

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  4. Jie Li

    Clear yet interesting illustrations

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  5. Clayton Wong

    Concise and useful information! Thanks so much!!

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  6. Ravikiran Kerba Gambhire

    Very good course. Learned so many things.

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  7. AlliumTech S.r.l.

    Ottimo corso. Completo e comprensibile.

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  8. Yasuhiro Yoshida

    Overall good. Some topics toward the end and some challenges can be improved.

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