ECMAScript 6

£ 679.00 + VAT

What you will learn

In this course, you will learn about the new version of JavaScript known as ES6, along with current and imminent device and browser support for this standard, and how to code with ES6 right now, and use Google Traceur to transcode for compatibility with older devices and browsers.

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Description

  • DESCRIPTION
  • OUTLINE

This is delivered as a Live Online “Virtual Class” – What is a Virtual Class? More info here

This course explores why the changes are happening and what is currently or soon to be supported. We explore Traceur as a means to use unsupported features now, even on browsers and devices which don’t yet understand ECMAScript 6.

 

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

Web developers who are confident with HTML and have some JavaScript experience.

 

ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE

A very good grasp of HTML5 and a good understanding of JavaScript is required to get the most from this course. Exposure to Object Oriented programming techniques would be an advantage.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

In this course, you will learn about the new version of JavaScript known as ES6, along with current and imminent device and browser support for this standard, and how to code with ES6 right now, and use Google Traceur to transcode for compatibility with older devices and browsers.

Introducing Modern JavaScript

  • Controlling access, type, and mutability
  • Functions, scope, namespaces and closure
  • Object serialization
  • Overview of AJAX principles
  • JavaScript security
  • Client-Side Event handling
  • Client Side data persistence

Current and Imminent Support

  • Features which are already supported in some browsers and devices
  • Forthcoming built-in support
  • Polyfill
  • Legacy: where support will never happen

ECMAScript 6 objects, properties and methods

  • Classes, subclasses and constructors: Object-Oriented techniques in JavaScript

JavaScript Design Patterns (focussing on ECMAScript 6)

  • Modular JavaScript principles
  • MVC, MVVM, Service, Factory etc.

Building the User Experience: overview of modern JavaScript frameworks

  • The jQuery family
  • Angular, Bootstrap and Dart
  • AtScript and TypeScript
  • Other JavaScript frameworks and libraries

ECME-262 6th Edition

  • The 2015 ECMAScript Language Specification
  • Already some support in some browsers/devices
  • Enable Harmony in Chrome

Need for software development capabilities

  • Components and Modules
  • Single-threaded ‘blocking’ problem
  • Reduce use of ‘function’ keyword

Traceur

  • JavaScript.next-to-JavaScript-of-today converter
  • Converting offline
  • Online Read-Eval-Print-Loop for exploring ES6
  • Impact on performance

Sugar Syntax

  • Make a language easier to understand and more readable
  • Some features of ES6 are not really new
  • All methods are still added to the prototype

ES6 Language Features

  • Number and Math Improvements
  • Maps, Sets and Weak Maps
  • Iterators and for of loops
  • Object Literal Enhancements
  • Arrow Functions
  • Let and Const for Block Scoped Binding
  • Default and Rest Parameters
  • Template Literals
  • Promises

Classes

  • Property Method Assignment
  • Object Initializer Shorthand
  • Class definition and name
  • Class prototype
  • Instance property and class property

Shadow DOM

  • Shadow root and shadow host

Module syntax

  • Named exports and Default exports
  • Importing modules

ECMAScript language types

  • Undefined, Null, Boolean, String, Symbol, Number, and Object

Testing

  • Overview of current JavaScript testing

NodeJS (optional content)

  • Configuring Node for non-browser JavaScript
  • Node packages
  • Running script

Worried about COVID-19?

Good News! All of our courses are offered virtually in the comfort of your home or offices.

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Contact Information

Give Us A Call (United Kingdom)

Give Us A Call (United States)

Email Addresses

General Enquiries: office@academyclass.com

Training Enquires: training@academyclass.com

Support Enquiries: support@academyclass.com

    • DESCRIPTION
    • OUTLINE

    This is delivered as a Live Online “Virtual Class” – What is a Virtual Class? More info here

    This course explores why the changes are happening and what is currently or soon to be supported. We explore Traceur as a means to use unsupported features now, even on browsers and devices which don’t yet understand ECMAScript 6.

     

    WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

    Web developers who are confident with HTML and have some JavaScript experience.

     

    ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE

    A very good grasp of HTML5 and a good understanding of JavaScript is required to get the most from this course. Exposure to Object Oriented programming techniques would be an advantage.

     

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

    In this course, you will learn about the new version of JavaScript known as ES6, along with current and imminent device and browser support for this standard, and how to code with ES6 right now, and use Google Traceur to transcode for compatibility with older devices and browsers.

    Introducing Modern JavaScript

    • Controlling access, type, and mutability
    • Functions, scope, namespaces and closure
    • Object serialization
    • Overview of AJAX principles
    • JavaScript security
    • Client-Side Event handling
    • Client Side data persistence

    Current and Imminent Support

    • Features which are already supported in some browsers and devices
    • Forthcoming built-in support
    • Polyfill
    • Legacy: where support will never happen

    ECMAScript 6 objects, properties and methods

    • Classes, subclasses and constructors: Object-Oriented techniques in JavaScript

    JavaScript Design Patterns (focussing on ECMAScript 6)

    • Modular JavaScript principles
    • MVC, MVVM, Service, Factory etc.

    Building the User Experience: overview of modern JavaScript frameworks

    • The jQuery family
    • Angular, Bootstrap and Dart
    • AtScript and TypeScript
    • Other JavaScript frameworks and libraries

    ECME-262 6th Edition

    • The 2015 ECMAScript Language Specification
    • Already some support in some browsers/devices
    • Enable Harmony in Chrome

    Need for software development capabilities

    • Components and Modules
    • Single-threaded ‘blocking’ problem
    • Reduce use of ‘function’ keyword

    Traceur

    • JavaScript.next-to-JavaScript-of-today converter
    • Converting offline
    • Online Read-Eval-Print-Loop for exploring ES6
    • Impact on performance

    Sugar Syntax

    • Make a language easier to understand and more readable
    • Some features of ES6 are not really new
    • All methods are still added to the prototype

    ES6 Language Features

    • Number and Math Improvements
    • Maps, Sets and Weak Maps
    • Iterators and for of loops
    • Object Literal Enhancements
    • Arrow Functions
    • Let and Const for Block Scoped Binding
    • Default and Rest Parameters
    • Template Literals
    • Promises

    Classes

    • Property Method Assignment
    • Object Initializer Shorthand
    • Class definition and name
    • Class prototype
    • Instance property and class property

    Shadow DOM

    • Shadow root and shadow host

    Module syntax

    • Named exports and Default exports
    • Importing modules

    ECMAScript language types

    • Undefined, Null, Boolean, String, Symbol, Number, and Object

    Testing

    • Overview of current JavaScript testing

    NodeJS (optional content)

    • Configuring Node for non-browser JavaScript
    • Node packages
    • Running script

    Worried about COVID-19?

    Good News! All of our courses are offered virtually in the comfort of your home or offices.

    Academy Class Benefit from the Wisdom

    Benefit from the Wisdom

    Delivering Quality Training since 2006.

    Training Budget Maximised!

    Lower Price Match Guarantee & Flexible Training Vouchers

    Practical, Cutting-Edge Training

    From industry experienced professionals.

    Work Faster, Earn More

    Reduce your production time by improving all your workflow processes, best practices and shortcuts.

    Gain a Competitive Edge

    Boost your career by improving your skills and getting Accreditation.

    Contact Information

    Give Us A Call (United Kingdom)

    Give Us A Call (United States)

    Email Addresses

    General Enquiries: office@academyclass.com

    Training Enquires: training@academyclass.com

    Support Enquiries: support@academyclass.com

      • DESCRIPTION
      • OUTLINE

      This is delivered as a Live Online “Virtual Class” – What is a Virtual Class? More info here

      This course explores why the changes are happening and what is currently or soon to be supported. We explore Traceur as a means to use unsupported features now, even on browsers and devices which don’t yet understand ECMAScript 6.

       

      WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

      Web developers who are confident with HTML and have some JavaScript experience.

       

      ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE

      A very good grasp of HTML5 and a good understanding of JavaScript is required to get the most from this course. Exposure to Object Oriented programming techniques would be an advantage.

       

      WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

      In this course, you will learn about the new version of JavaScript known as ES6, along with current and imminent device and browser support for this standard, and how to code with ES6 right now, and use Google Traceur to transcode for compatibility with older devices and browsers.

      Introducing Modern JavaScript

      • Controlling access, type, and mutability
      • Functions, scope, namespaces and closure
      • Object serialization
      • Overview of AJAX principles
      • JavaScript security
      • Client-Side Event handling
      • Client Side data persistence

      Current and Imminent Support

      • Features which are already supported in some browsers and devices
      • Forthcoming built-in support
      • Polyfill
      • Legacy: where support will never happen

      ECMAScript 6 objects, properties and methods

      • Classes, subclasses and constructors: Object-Oriented techniques in JavaScript

      JavaScript Design Patterns (focussing on ECMAScript 6)

      • Modular JavaScript principles
      • MVC, MVVM, Service, Factory etc.

      Building the User Experience: overview of modern JavaScript frameworks

      • The jQuery family
      • Angular, Bootstrap and Dart
      • AtScript and TypeScript
      • Other JavaScript frameworks and libraries

      ECME-262 6th Edition

      • The 2015 ECMAScript Language Specification
      • Already some support in some browsers/devices
      • Enable Harmony in Chrome

      Need for software development capabilities

      • Components and Modules
      • Single-threaded ‘blocking’ problem
      • Reduce use of ‘function’ keyword

      Traceur

      • JavaScript.next-to-JavaScript-of-today converter
      • Converting offline
      • Online Read-Eval-Print-Loop for exploring ES6
      • Impact on performance

      Sugar Syntax

      • Make a language easier to understand and more readable
      • Some features of ES6 are not really new
      • All methods are still added to the prototype

      ES6 Language Features

      • Number and Math Improvements
      • Maps, Sets and Weak Maps
      • Iterators and for of loops
      • Object Literal Enhancements
      • Arrow Functions
      • Let and Const for Block Scoped Binding
      • Default and Rest Parameters
      • Template Literals
      • Promises

      Classes

      • Property Method Assignment
      • Object Initializer Shorthand
      • Class definition and name
      • Class prototype
      • Instance property and class property

      Shadow DOM

      • Shadow root and shadow host

      Module syntax

      • Named exports and Default exports
      • Importing modules

      ECMAScript language types

      • Undefined, Null, Boolean, String, Symbol, Number, and Object

      Testing

      • Overview of current JavaScript testing

      NodeJS (optional content)

      • Configuring Node for non-browser JavaScript
      • Node packages
      • Running script

      Worried about COVID-19?

      Good News! All of our courses are offered virtually in the comfort of your home or offices.

      Academy Class Benefit from the Wisdom

      Benefit from the Wisdom

      Delivering Quality Training since 2006.

      Training Budget Maximised!

      Lower Price Match Guarantee & Flexible Training Vouchers

      Practical, Cutting-Edge Training

      From industry experienced professionals.

      Work Faster, Earn More

      Reduce your production time by improving all your workflow processes, best practices and shortcuts.

      Gain a Competitive Edge

      Boost your career by improving your skills and getting Accreditation.

      Contact Information

      Give Us A Call (United Kingdom)

      Give Us A Call (United States)

      Email Addresses

      General Enquiries: office@academyclass.com

      Training Enquires: training@academyclass.com

      Support Enquiries: support@academyclass.com