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JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and growing faster than any other programming language. As a developer, you can use JavaScript to build web and mobile apps, real-time networking apps, command-line tools, and games.



  • JavaScript is a key tool for front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers.
  • The average annual salary for a JavaScript developer is $72,000.
  • Companies like Walmart, Netflix, and PayPal run big internal applications around JavaScript.
  • Having strong JavaScript knowledge will help you land your dream job.



There are several JavaScript courses on Udemy. So, what makes this course different?

  • Taught by a senior coder instructor – Ahmed Khalaf
  • No fluff or unnecessary repetition – don’t waste your time on long courses
  • Clear, concise, and practical training – start coding right away
  • Learn how to think like a programmer – most, if not all, courses just teach you JavaScript features, not the art of problem solving


You’ll learn complete JavaScript from scratch, including data types, variables, functions, classes and basic principles that will help you navigate other programming languages in the future. You’ll learn how to interact with the DOM, modify the HTML elements using JavaScript and even set up events, so that when you click, for example, a button, a custom function that you’ll write gets executed. Also, you’ll learn how to create and structure your projects using modern design patterns that are an industry standard. But most importantly, you’ll have a better understanding of how vanilla JavaScript works, so that when you decide in the future to pursue frameworks like React and Angular, you’ll know exactly how and where to fix your bugs and mistakes.



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