Asynchronous Javascript From Zero To Hero

Asynchronous Javascript From Zero To Hero

What you’ll learn
  • You’ll learn what is Node js and how to install it and use it.
  • You’ll learn how to write asynchronous JavaScript with the Promises Syntax.
  • You’ll learn how to write clean, scalable code with the newer async_await syntax!
  • Stress-test your knowledge with quizzes that help commit syntax to memory
  • Don’t worry if you don’t Know Node, because you will be so familiar with it before start our asynchronous programming course.

Course content
Expand all 24 lectures01:39:13
Introduction to Node.js
25:25
How Node Works
01:53
Installing Node
02:38
Your first Node app
03:09
Global Object
03:22
Modules
03:29
Creating and loading a module
05:52
+JavaScript Promises
11 lectures51:01
+Async – Await
5 lectures22:47
Requirements
  • A very basic understanding of JavaScript is required to progress through this course.
Description

Asynchronous JavaScript can be tricky even for experienced developers, but it’s part of what makes JavaScript such a powerful and efficient programming language.

Understanding the asynchronous nature of Javascript is key to mastering the language.

Working with asynchronous code in JavaScript is an essential skill for anyone working with JavaScript. This course will take you from a beginner or intermediate level to mastering asynchronous JavaScript.

In this course you’ll learn how to create and use JavaScript Promises as well as how to write clean, scalable code with the newer async_await syntax!

This course is designed to take someone with a beginner level knowledge of async programming and turn them into an expert.

We do this by starting off very simple, explaining the core concepts.

Then step by step adding in layers of knowledge, punctuated by quizzes and coding challenges to cement and your knowledge before moving onto the next section.

Who this course is for:
  • Javascript developers with basic and intermediate level
  • Developers who wants to fully understand asynchronous programming in general and asynchronous javascript in particular
  • Anyone who is a little confused with asynchronous code
  • Anyone who is interested in writing fast performant code in Node or Browsers.
  • Anyone who wants to know what the differences are between Callbacks, Promises and Async/Await

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