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Programming with Javascript

  • This course teaches students how to think and work like a developer: problem-solving, researching, workflows
  • Also, learning JavaScript will allow you to learn how to architect your code using flowcharts and common patterns
  • Common examples of JavaScript that you might use every day include the search box on Amazon, a news recap video embedded in The New York Times, or refreshing your Twitter feed
  • JavaScript career options include front end web development (building the user-facing, visual parts of a website), web application development (creating web-based software applications including interactive online forms and shopping carts, video and photo editors, etc), and website administration (maintaining, backing up, and update existing websites for an organization)

What is JavaScript?

Javascript is used by programmers across the world to create dynamic and interactive web content like applications and browsers. JavaScript is so popular that it’s the most used programming language in the world, used as a client-side programming language by 97.0% of all websites.

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Suitable For Young Engineers Who Are:

  • Ages 13-18
  • Javascript should ideally be learned after you have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS

By the end of this course, students will learn: 

  • JavaScript fundamentals:
  • Variables
  • if/else, operators, boolean logic, functions, arrays, objects, loops, strings, and many more
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