Topic: Web Platform
What you'll learn-and how you can apply it
By the end of this live online course, you’ll understand:
- How these features work in isolation and in concert with one another
- What to look out for when migrating legacy code
And you’ll be able to:
- See what it takes to refactor existing codebases to newer language constructs
This training course is for you because...
- You want to become a full stack developer and extend your expertise from backend to the frontend.
About your instructor
Raju Gandhi is a programmer, consultant, speaker, trainer, and all-around nice guy. He has worked in the software industry for over 15 years and has experience in both government and private sectors. Raju is a practitioner of both Agile and DevOps methods as well as good programming and architectural patterns and believes that finding the right balance between such practices will allow us to deliver software that our customers cherish. He is also a strong advocate of functional programming and a proponent of immutability across both software and hardware. Raju is a regular speaker at conferences around the country (and occasionally around the world) and has routinely participated in the No Fluff, Just Stuff tour. In his spare time, you will find Raju reading, playing with technology, or spending time with his wonderful (and significantly better) other half.
The timeframes are only estimates and may vary according to how the class is progressing
Limiting scope using let and var, and using default params to eliminate superfluous “undefined” checks (20 minutes)
The syntactic and semantic implications of the fat-arrow function (20 minutes)
Destructuring and spread (20 minutes)
Break (5 minutes)
An overview of the Map and Set API (20 minutes)
Promises as the basis of asynchronous programming (20 minutes)
Break (5 minutes)
How to make asynchronous code seem imperative with async/await (20 minutes)
Breaking up functionality in your applications using modules (20 minutes)
Wrap-up and Q&A (10 minutes)