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JavaScript is a lightweight, interpreted programming language. This tutorial has been prepared for JavaScript beginners to help them understand the basic. Modern JavaScript Tutorial: simple, but detailed explanations with examples and tasks, Here we learn JavaScript, starting from scratch and go on to advanced. The third edition of Eloquent JavaScript was made possible by financial hard work, but everything you learn is yours and will make subsequent learning.

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JavaScript is a rich and expressive language in its own right. This section covers the basic concepts of. JavaScript, as well as some frequent pitfalls for people. Nothing! This is an absolute beginners guide to JavaScript. QuickSort Algorithm in JavaScript. Tutorial, JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners PDF. JavaScript for Beginners. Course notes 3 About JavaScript Key Points.

Many desktop and server programs use JavaScript. Did You Know?

The JavaScript language

JavaScript and Java are completely different languages, both in concept and design. ECMA is the official name of the standard.

ECMAScript is the official name of the language. Learning Speed In this tutorial, the learning speed is your choice. Bubbling and capturing. Event delegation. Browser default actions. Dispatching custom events. UI Events. Mouse events basics. Drag'n'Drop with mouse events. Forms, controls. Form properties and methods. Form submission: Document and resource loading. DOMContentLoaded, load, beforeunload, unload. Resource loading: List of extra topics that are not covered by first two parts of tutorial.

There is no clear hierarchy here, you can access articles in the order you want. Frames and windows. Popups and window methods. Cross-window communication. The clickjacking attack.

Learn JavaScript: Tutorials for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Programmers

Binary data, files. ArrayBuffer, binary arrays. TextDecoder and TextEncoder. Network requests. Download progress. Cross-Origin Requests. Storing data in the browser.

LocalStorage, sessionStorage. JavaScript animations. Web components. From the orbital height. Template element. Shadow DOM slots, composition. Shadow DOM styling. Shadow DOM and events. Regular expressions. Patterns and flags. Methods of RegExp and String.

Character classes. Escaping, special characters. Sets and ranges [ To get buddies out of your brand new Array you can just access an element directly like so: console. To check that the new cat made it into your array you can use. Also take note that arrays will always preserve ordering which means they will remember the order in which you added or defined things. Not everything in JavaScript preserves ordering so remember this special property of Arrays!

Objects Arrays are good for lists, but for other tasks they can be hard to work with.

Consider our array of cat friends. What if you also wanted to store more than just names?

But sometimes you have a cat in mind, let's say Bill, and you just want to look up that cat's address. With arrays it takes a lot of work because you can't just say 'hey array, give me Bill's address' because 'Bill' is in one array and his address is in a totally different array.

This can be brittle because if our arrays change and we add a new cat to the beginning we would have to also update our billsPosition variable to point to the new location of Bill's information in the arrays!

Because now we have a variable for each cat that we can use to get that cats values in a more convenient and readable way. You can think of Objects like keys on a keyring. Each one is for a specific door and if you have nice labels on your keys you can open doors very fast.

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In fact, the things on the left hand side of the : are called keys are also known as properties and the things on the right hand side are values. Because objects don't remember the order of the keys that you set. Callbacks Callbacks aren't really a feature of JavaScript like Object or Array, but instead just a certain way to use functions.

To understand why callbacks are useful you first have to learn about asynchronous often shortened to async programming. Asynchronous code by definition is code written in a way that is not synchronous. Synchronous code is easy to understand and write. Pretty straightforward!

Author's note: I maxogden do happily accept random cat photo tweets This code is synchronous because in order for photo to get uploaded to the tweet, the photo download must be completed. This means that line 2 cannot run until the task on line 1 is totally finished. If we were to actually implement this pseudo-code we would want to make sure that download 'blocked' execution until the download was finished, meaning it would prevent any other JavaScript from being executed until it finished, and then when the download completes it would un-block the JavaScript execution and line 2 would execute.

Synchronous code is fine for things that happen fast, but it's horrible for things that require saving, loading, downloading or uploading.

What if the server you're downloading the photo from is slow, or the internet connection you are using is slow, or the computer you are running the code on has too many youtube cat video tabs open and is running slowly? It means that it could potentially take minutes of waiting before line 2 gets around to running. Meanwhile, because all JavaScript on the page is being blocked from being run while the download is happening, the webpage would totally freeze up and become unresponsive until the download is done.

Blocking execution should be avoided at all costs, especially when doing so makes your program freeze up or become unresponsive. Let's assume the photo above takes one second to download. To illustrate how long one second is to a modern computer, here is a program that tests to see how many tasks JavaScript can process in one second. On each loop, call addOne while Date. On my computer I got , approximately 8.

In one second JavaScript can call the addOne function 8.

So if you have synchronous code for downloading a photo, and the photo download takes one second, it means you are potentially preventing 8. Some languages have a function called sleep that blocks execution for some number of seconds. For example here is some bash code running in Terminal.

JavaScript doesn't have a sleep function. Since you are a cat you are probably asking yourself, "Why am I learning a programming language that does not involve sleeping? But stay with me.

Instead of relying on sleep to wait for things to happen the design of JavaScript encourages use of functions instead. If you have to wait for task A to finish before doing task B, you put all of the code for task B into a function and you only call that function when A is done. For example, this is blocking-style code: a b And this is in a non-blocking style: a b In the non-blocking version b is a callback to a.

In the non-blocking version you will notice that only a gets invoked, and b is simply passed in to a as an argument. In the blocking version, there is no explicit relationship between a and b.

In the non-blocking version it becomes a's job to do what it needs to do and then call b when it is done. Using functions in this way is called callbacks because your callback function, in this case b, gets called later on when a is all done. In the function definition for a above the done argument is our b function that we pass in. This behavior is something that is hard to wrap your head around at first.

When you call a function, the arguments you pass in won't have the same variable names when they are in the function. In this case what we call b is called done inside the function. But b and done are just variable names that point to the same underlying function. Usually callback functions are labelled something like done or callback to make it clear that they are functions that should be called when the current function is done.

So, as long as a does it's job and called b when it is done, both a and b get called in both the non-blocking and blocking versions.

The difference is that in the non-blocking version we don't have to halt execution of JavaScript. In general non-blocking style is where you write every function so that it can return as soon as possible, without ever blocking. To drive the point home even further: If a takes one second to complete, and you use the blocking version, it means you can only do one thing.Table of contents Main course contains 2 parts which cover JavaScript as a programming language and working with a browser.

JS Reference. A few small option changes, slightly more data, for this example and a Line Chart can be rendered successfully.

Sets and ranges [ Set responsive to true so that the chart responds to the screen-width, leaving pixel perfect visualizations across different screen sizes. Greedy and lazy quantifiers.

Brendan Eich is known as the creator or designer of the JavaScript programming language. You can read it online on their site or you get your own paperback copy of the book.

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