Generators? We got it. Arrow Functions? Of course. Rest/Spread Operator? Included! And every other new piece of syntax!
Mastering ES6 syntax can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you've been dreaming of. It's a skill that will put you more in demand in the modern web development industry, especially with the release of modern web frameworks like React and Angular 2.
We'll start by mastering the fundamentals of iteration over Arrays using helpers like 'forEach', 'map', and 'reduce'. After an introduction to Array helpers, we'll dive right in to advanced ES6, covering topics like enhanced object literals, default function arguments, and classes. Every topic includes multiple live code exercises to ensure you understand each new concept.
Learn the purpose of Babel and why ES6 was created
Master the process of refactoring your current ES5 code into super-charged ES6
Grasp the difference between the 'rest' and 'spread' operators
Develop complex applications that scale in complexity by mastering advanced ES6 design patterns
Dive deeper into iteration using generators. No fancy terms required!
I've built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning ES6. A course that explains the concepts and how they're implemented in the best order for you to learn and deeply understand them.
Who is the target audience?
Take this course if you're wondering when to use generators
Enroll now if you want to learn exactly why 'const' and 'let' were added to ES6
Sign up now if you want to write better-looking code
@ste_grider Love your courses on uDemy, Stephen. I've bought the Redux, Webpack and ES6 and I highly recommend anyone to take them.— Gonzalo Márquez (@marquezgonz) January 20, 2017
@ste_grider i just bought the es6 course in udemy along with mongodb i really like ur courses they r just awesome i will buy more great work— raju sangani (@RajuSangani) April 12, 2017
Every section of the course contains quizzes and interactive coding challenges to test your understanding of each concept. Share your solutions with fellow students in the course Q&A section!