As the language of the web, it’s also extremely popular and there’s high demand for web developers with this proficiency. This makes it a great language for learning how to code — it’s a skill that’s guaranteed to hold its value for a long time.
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And it’s a language that you’ll need to know and use at some point if you’re getting into web development.
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The techniques that you’ll master will provide you with a foundation to go on and use in other languages, too. And each subsequent language you learn will be much faster to pick up. This effect is even more pronounced when you start with a great foundation in programming itself.
We’ll cover topics like variables, data types, loops, operators, functions, and objects. These are all key programming concepts you’ll find in other languages.
You’ll also learn how to work with the Document Object Model, which is basically a technical term for working with the elements on each page in a web browser.
In these courses, we’ll take you beyond the basics and teach you intermediate and advanced techniques that are used in modern, real-world web development.
This title is a collection of tutorials that will guide you through your first days with the amazingly flexible library.
Vue.js is a powerful and approachable framework that will help you get started with your journey into web development! This book provides excellent coverage for those looking to learn more about this technology, covering topics like components & routing.
Svelte combines a small bundle size, very good performance, and ease of use. Svelte takes the best features of other libraries and combines them into one easy-to use package.
This book starts by shedding light on how Svelte achieves this, and then shows you how to implement applications with Svelte using the various possibilities it provides.
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