• JavaScript: The Ultimate Guide to Understand JavaScript Code and Its Fundamentals

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  • By: Mark Graph
  • Narrated by: Rick Stevens
  • Length: 5 hrs and 33 mins
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Do you want to learn how JavaScript and the major markup languages work? If yes, then keep reading.

Hypertext markup language (HTML) is part of the three major elements of modern web pages. The other two are cascading style sheets (CSS) and JavaScript.  HTML defines the structure of web pages. HTML contains a lot of features and instructs the browser on how to display content. CSS is responsible for styling while JavaScript is a prototype-based language with top-notch functions utilized by web page authors to control element actions. 

The three major markup languages concepts are explained further in the book. 

Cascading style sheets (CSS) is an excellent way of designing web pages. With CSS, you determine the color of an element, angle, visibility, size, and position, and more. CSS can be utilized either within the document or as an independent file which must be referenced by the HTML document. CSS is a standard way of styling an individual or group of elements at once. 

There are many parts and tasks that come with the JavaScript language, and we are going to take some time to explore these a bit more. This will make it easier for us to see how this language works and what we can do with it. From learning how to write our own objects, expressions, operators, and more, this guidebook has all of the tools that you need in order to get started with writing some of our own codes in JavaScript.  

Working with a coding language can seem hard to work with. This is not always as easy to choose as the others, but the number of features and capabilities that come with this language compared to some of the other options, especially when we are talking about using this on web pages, then JavaScript is the right choice for you. When you are ready to learn more about the JavaScript language and what you are able to do with it, make sure to check out this guidebook to help you get started.  

JavaScript is capable of acting on or influencing web pages. JavaScript enhances web user interface by confirming actions taken by the user on the client-side. JavaScript contains three data types, which are number, Boolean, and string. With JavaScript, you can describe the functions of your own. 

In this book, you will learn more about:

  • Fundamental JavaScript concepts
  • HTML overview
  • JavaScript’s control flow statements
  • The different types of loops in JavaScript
  • Syntax
  • Enabling JavaScript in browsers
  • Placement of JavaScript in files
  • Popup message
  • JavaScript variables
  • JavaScript ECMAScript standard
  • Working with JavaScript: A brief HTML guide for beginners
  • Changing the content of HTML elements using DOM
  • Changing CSS using DOM
  • Pointers
  • Expressions and operators
  • What are some of the JavaScript variables?
  • Variables, data types, and constants
  • Closures and callbacks in JavaScript
  • Apply, call, and bind methods in JavaScript
©2020 Mark Graph (P)2020 Mark Graph

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So, I'm teaching myself coding. The reading needs reflect a more human interface. defining the tags (calling it a tag) or stating the symbol function in the reading would have made listening more informative.