Beginning Object-Oriented Programming with JavaScript

By Andrea Chiarelli , Tamas Piros
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  1. Lesson 1: Diving into Objects and OOP Principles

About this video

Before diving into the intricacies of front-end frameworks, serverless architectures, or back-end development, it's important to understand the fundamental concepts of the modern JavaScript language. We'll show you everything you need to know to get up and running with proven object-oriented patterns so that you can confidently tackle your own real-world development projects. With coverage of everything from new syntax to working with classes, complex inheritance, dynamic typing, and data binding, this course is the complete primer for those looking to work with modern, production-ready JavaScript.

Publication date:
June 2018
Publisher
Packt
Duration
4 hours 3 minutes
ISBN
9781789134445

About the Authors

  • Andrea Chiarelli

    Andrea Chiarelli has over 20 years experience as a software engineer and technical writer. In his professional career, he has used various technologies for the projects he has been involved in: from C# to JavaScript, from Angular to React, from ASP.NET to PhoneGap/Cordova. He has contributed to many online and offline magazines and has been the author of a few books published by Wrox Press and Packt. Currently, he is a senior software engineer at the Italian office of Apparound, Inc. and a regular contributor to HTML.it, an Italian online magazine focused on web technologies. You can follow him on Twitter at @andychiare.

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  • Tamas Piros

    Tamas Piros is a full stack web developer turned technical trainer who has a decade of experience working with prestigious organisation throughout the world including Credit Suisse, Verizon, BBC and Accenture to mention a few. Throughout his professional career, he has delivered presentations and workshops all over the world to a mix of technical and non-technical audiences. He has recently launched a blog dedicated to developers wishing to read articles around the latest & greatest tech. He also owns a training business in London, UK called Full Stack Training Ltd. He is active on Twitter as well so you can follow him there by searching for @tpiros.

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