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  • Udemy – JavaScript + ES6 + ES7 + ES8 + ES9 -> The Complete Guide [100% OFF]

    Posted on 06/02/2019 by | 0 comments

    Course Description

    Welcome to my new course, ‘JavaScript + ES6 + ES7 + ES8 + ES9 -> The Complete Guide’.

    This course starts from scratch, you neither need to know any pre-requisite programming knowledge nor any language expertise. 

    From the environment Setup to Development, this course covers almost each and every concept required to become an expert JavaScript developer.

    Having a deep-dive of the concepts in this course, you’ll learn all about:

    • JavaScript: Development Environment Setup
    • Fundamentals
    • Operators
    • Control Flow
    • Arrays
    • Functions
    • Objects
    • Prototypes
    • Patterns To Create Objects
    • Error Handling
    • Miscellaneous Objects
    • Debugging in Chrome
    • Shopping Cart Project: Putting All Together
    • ES6: Features with their Syntax
    • Modules
    • Class
    • Symbols
    • Iterators & Generators
    • Promises
    • Maps & Sets
    • Extensions of Built-in Objects
    • Reflect API
    • Proxy API
    • ES7: New Features
    • ES8: New Features
    • ES9: New Features
    • World Weather Project: Putting All Together
    • Course Roundup and many more…

    This course will assist:

    • In becoming an proficient ‘JavaScript Developer’ and
    • Inclining towards the learning/ understanding of any client/ server side programming language.

    Why JavaScript?

    JavaScript (JS) is a lightweight, interpreted or JIT compiled programming language with first-class functions. Most well-known as the scripting language for Web pages, many non-browser environments also use it, such as Node.js and Apache CouchDB. JS is a prototype-based, multi-paradigm, dynamic scripting language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and declarative (e.g. functional programming) styles.

    The standard for JavaScript is ECMAScript. As of 2012, all modern browsers fully support ECMAScript 5.1. Older browsers support at least ECMAScript 3. On June 17, 2015, ECMA International published the 6th major version of ECMAScript, ECMAScript 2015. Since then, ECMAScript standards are on yearly release cycles. This course covers up to the latest version of JavaScript, which is currently ECMAScript 2019.

    Why we should learn JavaScript & the reasons are:

    • Open Source Language: Freely Available.

    • Much more than Scripting programming language.
    • Scalability and Performance Features.
    • Evolving steadily & ES6 represents the BEST !!!
    • Much JavaScript-related innovation in the Market.
    • Base of most of the frameworks like Angular.
    • Supported by a broad coalition of companies.
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  • Udemy – Learn bash scripting from scratch [100% OFF]

    Posted on 11/01/2019 by | 0 comments

    Course Description

    We’ll start by setting up a very simple script, then we’ll move from there and cover how to deal with variables, functions, conditional statements, loops, arrays and how to manipulate text using sed, awk and regular expressions.

    Once covered the fundamentals of the bash scripting language we’re going to write three scripts:

    1. A simple universal archive extractor: this script will allow us to extract any compressed archive (tar.gz, 7z, rar, zip, bz, tbz2 and more) just by typing a command. This script will contain no more than 30 lines of code.
    2. A batch renaming tool: the script is going to take the folder to process as an argument, then will batch rename all the files in the folder with a given extension. It will then rename all the files in the folder either with a sequential number or with a user supplied keyword, then a sequential number.
    3. A tool to generate automatic backups based on a schedule: this script is going to generate a tar.gz file by appending the current system date and time to the original folder name provided as an argument, we’ll then proceed to use cron jobs to schedule the script execution based on our preference.

    By the end of the course you will be able to write scripts on your own to automate anything in Linux.

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