A complete guide for beginners to learn the essential topics of ES6 which are required to learn React JS
☑ Learn variable creation using ‘let’ and ‘const’ keywords and their scope
☑ Learn where to use ‘rest’ and ‘spread’ operators
☑ Learn what id destructuring
☑ Lean functional programming in ES6 using map,filter,reduce,find, etc functions
☑ Learn in detail about ‘callbacks’ and ‘promises’ along with chaining promises
If you want to start your journey to become a React or Angular developer, then this is the perfect course for you.
What’s this course about?
More details, please!
In this course, we have covered :
- All the basic to advanced concepts of ES6 right from variable declaration using ‘let’ and ‘const’ keywords, what is the difference between them and where to use them to the advanced topics like how to make asynchronous requests to servers using async-await and how to use promises to handle the requests more efficiently
- What are arrow functions and how to use them
- All about functional programming with the help of functions like map, reduce, filter, etc.
- How to deep clone the objects with help of rest and spread operators and also about the scenarios of where and how we should use them most effectively
By the end of this course, you will be ready to learn any latest web framework like React JS, Angular JS, or Vue JS.
Who’s teaching you in this course?
I want everyone to enjoy the learning process and I have shared my knowledge that will be helpful for you.
After completion, we recommend you watch our React JS course which is the continuation part of this course where we have explained React JS frameworks in and out with some simple explanation along with assignments and projects.
Enroll now!! See you in class.
Happy learning !!
ES6 – Introduction
ES6 – Variable Creation using “let” and “const”
ES6 – Template Strings
ES6 – Arrow Functions
ES6 – Rest Operator
ES6 – Spread Operator
ES6 – Destructuring
ES6 – Array Functions: map()
ES6 – Arrow Functions: reduce()
ES6 – Arrow Functions: filter()
ES6 – Arrow Functions: find() and findIndex()
ES6 – Introduction to Classes
ES6 – Inheritance in ES6
ES6 – Callbacks and Promises
ES6 – Working with Promises
ES6 – Chaining Promises