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Complete ES6 JavaScript Tutorial for Free

What do you want learn:

  • Learn how to apply each feature of ES6 in practical situations
  • Understand the major features of ES6
  • Have total mastery of generators
  • Know the difference between ES6 and ES2015
  • Teach other developers about destructuring
  • Never need to write a for loop again!

Course content:

1.Before We Get Started

  • How to Take This Course
  • ES6 vs ES2015


2. The ‘forEach’ Helper

  • Array Helper Methods – The Easiest Way to Write Better Code
  • The forEach Helper
  • forEach Continued
  • Why Use forEach?
  • Moving Away from For Loops


3. The ‘map’ Helper

  • The Map Helper
  • Map Helper Continued
  • Where Map Is Used
  • Plucking Values


4.The ‘filter’ Helper

  • Selecting Needed Data with Filter
  • More on Filtering
  • Filtering Values
  • Handling Permissions with Filter
  • Challenging! Implementing ‘reject’.


5.The ‘find’ Helper

  • Querying For Records with Find
  • Using Find to Search for Users
  • Really Challenging: Custom findWhere Helper


6.The ‘every’ and ‘some’ Helper

  • A Little Every and a Lot of Some
  • More on Every and Some
  • Every and Some Syntax
  • Every and Some in Practice
  • Finding Submitted Users
  • In Progress Network Requests


7.The ‘reduce’ Helper

  • Condensing Lists with Reduce
  • A Touch More of Reduce
  • Ace Your Next Interview with Reduce
  • Distance Traveled
  • Reducing Properties
  • Hardmode: Custom ‘Unique’ Helper


8.Const/Let

  • Variable Declarations with Const and Let
  • What Const and Let Solve
  • A Constant Exercise of Letting Variables Be Variables
  • Const/Let Refactoring


9.Template Strings

  • When to Reach for Template Strings
  • Template Strings in Practice


10.Arrow Functions

  • Fat Arrow Functions
  • Advanced Use of Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions Continued
  • Refactoring Keyword Functions
  • Arrow Functions Aren’t Always a Solution


11.Enhanced Object Literals

  • Wondering When to Use Enhanced Literals?
  • Multiple Properties with Enhanced Notation
  • Condensing Code with Enhanced Literals
  • Literals in Functions
  • Refactor to use enhanced literal notation


12.Default Function Arguments

  • Specifying Default Function Arguments
  • Use Cases of Defaulting Arguments
  • Using Default Arguments
  • Dumping Unused Code


13.Rest and Spread Operator

  • Capturing Arguments with Rest and Spread
  • The Rest on Rest and Spread
  • Look to Use Rest and Spread in This Case
  • Many, Many Arguments
  • Mixing Rest and Spread


14.Destructuring

  • Goldmine of ES6: Destructuring
  • Destructuring Arguments Object
  • Arrays
  • Destructuring Arrays and Objects At the Same Time
  • So…When to Use Destructuring?
  • More on When to Use Destructuring
  • Destructuring in Practice
  • Array Destructuring in Practice
  • Recursion with Destructuring


15.Classes

  • Introduction to Classes
  • Prototypal Inheritance
  • Refactoring with Classes
  • Extending Behavior of Classes
  • When to Use Classes
  • Game Classes
  • Subclassing Monsters


16.Generators

  • One Quick Thing: For…Of Loops
  • Introduction to Generators
  • Generators With a Short Story
  • Another Step in Our Generator Story
  • The Big Reveal on ES6 Generators
  • A Practical Use of ES6 Generators
  • Delegation of Generators
  • Delegation of Generators Continued
  • Symbol.Iterator with Generators
  • Complexities of Symbol.Iterator
  • Generators with Recursion
  • More on Generators and Recursion


17.Promises and Fetch

  • Code Execution in Javascript
  • Terminology of Promises
  • Creating Promises
  • Then and Catch
  • Async Code with Promises
  • Ajax Requests with Fetch
  • Shortcomings of Fetch

Requirement:

  • Basic knowledge of Javascript is required (Arrays, Functions, Object)

Who this course is for:

  • Take this course if you’re wondering when to use generators
  • Enroll now if you want to learn exactly why ‘const’ and ‘let’ were added to ES6
  • Sign up now if you want to write better-looking code

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