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Training Offer for JavaScript

Introduction JavaScript

  • More code, less words
  • Exhaustive code and repetition
  • Color-coding conventions
  • Code examples

JavaScript Objects

  • Creating objects
  • JavaScript constructors create and return object instances
  • The native JavaScript object constructors
  • User-defined/non-native object constructor functions
  • Instantiating constructors using the new operator
  • Creating shorthand or literal values from constructors
  • Primitive (aka simple) values
  • The primitive values null, undefined, “string”, 10, true, and false are not Objects
  • How primitive values are stored/copied in JavaScript
  • Primitive values are equal by value
  • The string, number, and Boolean primitive values act like objects when used like Objects
  • Complex (aka composite) values
  • How complex values are stored/copied in JavaScript
  • Complex objects are equal by reference
  • Complex objects have dynamic properties
  • The typeof operator used on primitive and complex values
  • Dynamic properties allow for mutable objects
  • All constructor instances have constructor properties that point to their constructor
  • Function
  • Verify that an object is an instance of a particular constructor function
  • An instance created from a constructor can have its own independent properties (aka
  • instance properties)
  • The semantics of “JavaScript objects” and “Object() objects”

Working with Objects and Properties

  • Complex objects can contain most of the JavaScript values as properties
  • Encapsulating complex objects in a programmatically beneficial way Getting, setting, and updating an object’s properties using dot notation or bracket Notation
  • Deleting object properties
  • How references to object properties are resolved
  • Using hasOwnProperty to verify that an object property is not from the prototype Chain
  • Checking if an object contains a given property using the in operator
  • Enumerate (loop over) an object’s properties using the for in loop
  • Enhancing and extending objects with Underscore.js


  • Conceptual overview of using the String() object
  • String() parameters
  • String() properties and methods
  • String object instance properties and methods


  • Conceptual overview of using the Number() object
  • Integers and floating-point numbers
  • Number() parameters
  • Number() properties
  • Number object instance properties and methods


  • Conceptual overview of using the Boolean() object
  • Boolean() parameters
  • Boolean() properties and methods
  • Boolean object instance properties and methods
  • Non-primitive false Boolean objects convert to true
  • Certain things are false, everything else is true

Working with Primitive String, Number, and Boolean Values

  • Primitive/literal values are converted to objects when properties are accessed
  • You should typically use primitive string, number, and Boolean values


  • Conceptual overview of using the null value
  • typeof returns null values as “object”


  • Conceptual overview of the undefined value
  • JavaScript ECMA-262 Edition 3 (and later) declares the undefined variable in the global scope

The Head/Global Object

    • Conceptual overview of the head object
    • Global functions contained within the head object
    • The head object vs. global properties and global variables
    • Referring to the head object
    • The head object is implied and typically not referenced explicitly


      • Conceptual overview of using Object() objects
      • Object() parameters
      • Object() properties and methods
      • Object() object instance properties and methods
      • Creating Object() objects using “object literals”
      • All objects inherit from Object.prototype


      • Conceptual overview of using Function() objects
      • Function() parameters
      • Function() properties and methods
      • Function object instance properties and methods
      • Functions always return a value
      • Functions are first-class citizens (not just syntax, but values)
      • Passing parameters to a function
      • this and arguments values are available to all functions
      • The arguments.callee property
      • The function instance length property and arguments.length
      • Redefining function parameters
      • Return a function before it is done (i.e. cancel function execution)
      • Defining a function (statement, expression, or constructor)
      • Invoking a function (function, method, constructor, or call() and apply())
      • Anonymous functions
      • Self-invoking function expression
      • Self-invoking anonymous function statements
      • Functions can be nested
      • Passing functions to functions and returning functions from functions
      • Invoking function statements before they are defined (aka function hoisting)
      • A function can call itself (aka recursion)

The this Keyword

      • Conceptual overview of this and how it refers to objects
      • How is the value of this determined?
      • The this keyword refers to the head object in nested functions
      • Working around the nested function issue by leveraging the scope chain
      • Controlling the value of this using call() or apply()
      • Using the this keyword inside a user-defined constructor function
      • The keyword this inside a prototype method refers to a constructor instance

Scope and Closures

      • Conceptual overview of JavaScript scope
      • JavaScript does not have block scope
      • Use var inside of functions to declare variables and avoid scope gotchas
      • The scope chain (aka lexical scoping)
      • The scope chain lookup returns the first found value
      • Scope is determined during function definition, not invocation
      • Closures are caused by the scope chain

Function Prototype Property

      • Conceptual overview of the prototype chain
      • Why care about the prototype property?
      • Prototype is standard on all Function() instances
      • The default prototype property is an Object() object

Custom Library

Create Own MVC Framework

DOM/CSS Scripting

      • Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM)
      • Using the getElementById method
      • Modifying Page Content with the DOM
      • Manipulating CSS using JavaScript
      • Programmatic Access to CSS

Common Applications

    • Form Validation and Testing
    • Working with Regular Expressions
    • User Interaction
    • Local Form Processing
    • Object Detection
    • Creating New Windows
    • Adding Content to a Window

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