ES6 in Practice (Book + Video + Source Code: 15 Lectures, 59 Exercises and Solutions + Bonuses + Source Code of the Examples and Exercises)
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Completed on 2018-06-03
About the Book
ES6 is Everywhere
Including Job Interviews and Open Source Code
Above all, ES6 is fun. Allow me to show you how easy it is to use ES6. Verify that the lessons stay with you with some fun exercises.
Tell me more about my learning experience
The goal of this course is to strengthen your problem solving skills by using the new features of ES6.
You will work on practical problems, not just dummy examples. Most examples were inspired by web applications I had worked on personally. This means to you that you will see real stories, real objects, and real variable names, not just another meaningless foo variable that most facilitators use when they run out of creativity.
- Focus on UTILITY, not edge cases. What is worse than spending money on a spiced up version of the official documentation? Wasting your time to process it, just to find out that 80% of the content does not apply to you. ES6 in Practice gives you information on getting started with a topic, and you can immediately put it into practice using the Workbook.
What will I learn?
- Write compact code with Arrow Functions, Default Arguments
- Find out why
letis the new
- Demistify Destructuring
- Command arrays and functions with a variable number of arguments with the Spread Operator and Rest Parameters
- Learn useful Object and Function Enhancements in ES6
- Understand what Tail Call Optimization is so that you will be prepared to write efficient code
- Meet the
Symboltype and its use cases
- Write clean loops with
- Create cool templates with Template Literals
- Use 4 byte Unicode characters with the ES6 Extended String Support
- Create Iterators, Iterables and Generators to master lazy evaluation and handle infinite sequences
- Escape the Pyramid of Doom by writing proper ES6 Promises
- Start writing and transpiling ES6 applications with Webpack and Babel
- Master ES6 Proxies and the Reflect API
- 18 Lessons
- 2 Bonus Lessons on ES2016 and ES2017
- A Bonus Lesson on creating your learning plan
- 59 Exercises with Reference Solutions
Is ES6 in Practice good for me?
ES6 in Practice is for you if you are looking for a course that
- helps you get rid of Underscore/Lodash, jQuery
- takes you from knowing ES5 to ES6
Don't worry if you are a beginner. The first quarter of the course will give you some quick wins that you will be able to put into practice, regardless of your experience.
My goal is to make this course as approachable as possible, so if you get stuck, send an email to email@example.com. I will update the book regularly based on your feedback. In fact, I encourage you to shape the contents of the book with your feedback.
If you are not sure if this course is for you, I encourage you to try it out, and if you don't like it, ask for a 100% refund.
Book + Video + Source Code: 15 Lectures, 59 Exercises and Solutions + Bonuses + Source Code of the Examples and Exercises
Learn about ES6 features from a practical point of view. Understand these features in depth by solving 59 exercises in the book. Check, and learn from the reference solutions at the end of the book.
Book + Workbook only
The book and the workbook are in the same file. The book also contains some bonuses including tech interview exercises and your professional career plan.
- How to download the videos
- How to read this book
- What’s Coming
- ES6 Cheat Sheet
- 1. Arrow Functions
- 2. Function scope, block scope, constants
- 3. Default Arguments
- 4. Classes
- 5. Destructuring
- 6. Spread Operator and Rest Parameters
- 7. Objects in ES6
- 8. Tail call optimization and other function features in ES6
- 9. Symbols: a new ES6 primitive type and its use cases
- 10. The for-of loop
- 11. Strings and Template Literals
- 12. Sets, Maps, and their weak versions
- 13. Iterators and Generators in Depth
- 14. ES6 Promises - Escape from the Pyramid of Doom
- 15. Configuring ES6 with Webpack
- 16. The Reflect API
- 17. Proxies in Practice
- 18. Math and number extensions
- The exponential operator
- New Object Extensions
- New String Extensions
21. Workbook - Solutions of the Exercises
- Arrow Functions
- Function scope, block scope, constants
- Default Arguments
- Spread and Rest
- Objects in ES6
- Tail call optimization and other function features in ES6
- The for-of loop
- Strings and Template Literals
- Sets, Maps, and their weak versions
- Iterators and Generators in Depth
- Promises in ES6
- The Reflect API
- Proxies in Practice
22. Your Final Exam: ES6 Job Interview Questions
- Exercise 1 - Writing an Array Extension
- Exercise 2 - Binary Gap Exercise in Codility
- Exercise 5: Connect-4 Solver
- Exercise 7: Painting on an HTML5 Canvas
- Exercise 8: Video Player
- Exercise 9: Event Delegation in a Pomodoro App
- Exercise 10: Pomodoro App Markup and Styling Refactoring
- Exercise 11: Persistence with Local Storage
- Exercise 12: Pomodoro APP to Kanban Board
- Exercise 13: Adding Tasks to Columns
- Exercise 14: Selecting Cards
- Exercise 15: Drag and Dropping Cards
- Exercise 16: Stopwatch
- Exercise 17: Insert the Timer Module in the Pomodoro App
- Exercise 18: Coundown Timer Integration in the Pomodoro App
- Exercise 19: Memoization
- Exercise 20: SQL and Map-Reduce-Filter
- 23. Bonus chapter: Your learning plan
- 24. Summary
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