- JavaScript by Example

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JavaScript by Example is published by on September 11, 2017. This book has 334 pages in English, ISBN-10 1788293967, ISBN-13 978-1788293969. AZW is available for download below.

JavaScript by Example.

JavaScript is the programming language that all web developers need to learn. The first item on our JavaScript to-do list is building g a To-do list app, which you’ll have done by the end of the first chapter. You’ll explore DOM manipulation with JavaScript and work with event listeners. You’ll work with images and text to build a Meme creator. You will also learn about ES (ECMAScript) classes, and will be introduced to layouts using the CSS3 Flexbox.

You’ll also develop a responsive Event Registration form that allows users to register for your upcoming event and use charts and graphics to display registration data. You will then build a weather application, which will show you different ways perform AJAX requests and work with dynamic, external data. WebRTC enables real-time communication in a web browser; you’ll learn how to use it when you build a real-time video-call and chat application later in the book.

Towards the end of the book, you will meet React, Facebook’s JavaScript library for building user interfaces. You’ll throw together a blog with React, and get a feel for why this kind of JavaScript framework is used to build large-scale applications. To make your blog more maintainable and scalable, you’ll use Redux to manage data across React components.

What you will learn

  • A strong understanding of web application development with JavaScript and ES6.
  • A firm foundation on which to master other JavaScript frameworks and libraries.
  • Write maintainable and scalable code by organizing functions into modules.
  • Importance of tools such as Node, NPM, Babel, and Webpack in Front-end development.
  • Work with real-time data such as incoming video streams, texts, and so on
  • Integrate React with JavaScript to build large-scale applications.
  • Utilize Redux to manage data across React components and greatly speed up the development process



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