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Why Learn JavaScript?

JavaScript is an incredibly versatile programming language used for both front- and back-end web development. If you have already learned html and CSS, then JavaScript is the natural next step.

Because JavaScript can do so many things, experienced JavaScript developers are in high-demand in the employment market and the number of job postings (and salary offered for these positions) are going up accordingly.

It's also quite quick to get started using JavaScript. Because JavaScript is installed on every modern web browser, all you need do is open up the developer console on your browser and you can get started.

While JavaScript is not the most simple language to learn, this complexity is a large part of its versatility. Also, the fact that not just anyone is an expert makes your expertise more valuable.

How can you develop this expertise? The JavaScript courses above are a great starting point!

What Will You Learn in a JavaScript Course?

As mentioned above, there is a lot that you can do with JavaScript. Which training course you choose will depend on your desired outcome, level of experience, and what additional skills you would like the course to include.

An introductory, or basic JavaScript training course is a great starting point for someone totally new to this language. Most JavaScript training for beginners assumes limited former knowledge of development and none of JavaScript. At most, providers may recommend some experience with html or CSS. In one of these courses, you can expect to learn skills including:

  • Overview of JavaScript and it's capabilities
  • Running commands
  • Appending on-page elements
  • Variables and data types
  • Functions
  • Conditional statements and loops

Some of these training options are delivered as a JavaScript crash course, meaning a short, but intense training course where you learn all of the basics that you need to take off as a JavaScript developer

Already an experienced developer? You will also find some great training options above! An advanced JavaScript course will take you through the more complicated elements of JavaScript such as:

  • JSON
  • jQuery
  • Server-side JavaScript
  • Node.js

If you have any questions about what any of these courses entail and who they are for, remember that you can get directly in touch with the course provider by requesting information.

JavaScript Course Formats

Whether you prefer to learn in person, or need a flexible training option to fit into a busy schedule, there is a JavaScript training option for you!

Everyone has a different learning style. For some, it's most effective to be led through course content by an in-person instructor. Luckily for people with this preference, classroom JavaScript courses are frequently held in most major cities. Filter your search by "classroom / on-site" in order to see only courses available in this format.

If you lack the time or inclination to attend a classroom course, e-learning might be just right. Online JavaScript courses are available from top providers and extremely effective. To see only online training, set the format filter above to "e-learning"

Most online JavaScript courses are broken up into modules. You will be able to work your way through these modules as you choose and usually go back and revisit them as needed. In general, you will have a set period of time in which to complete the course. This will be much longer than is actually required to complete the courses, so you won't need to rush. However, you should keep up with your studies to ensure that you don't lost track of time.