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JavaScript: Object-Oriented Programming

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It may seem that everything that needs to be written about JavaScript has already been written. However, JavaScript is changing rapidly. ECMAScript 6 has the potential to transform the language and how we code in it. Node.js has changed the way we write servers in JavaScript. Newer ideas such as React and Flux will drive the next iteration of the language. If you are already an experienced JavaScript developer, you will realize that modern JavaScript is vastly different from the language that most people have known. Tools are more powerful and slowly becoming an integral part of the development workflow.

Object-oriented programming, also known as OOP, is a required skill in absolutely any modern software developer job. It makes a lot of sense because object-oriented programming allows you to maximize code reuse and minimize the maintenance costs. However, learning object-oriented programming is challenging because it includes too many abstract concepts that require real-life examples to make it easy to understand.

JavaScript has moved from being mostly used in browsers for client-side technologies to being used even on server side.

This course will help you change some common coding practices and empower you by giving you the tools you need for more efficient development. We'll look at implementing these principles to build sophisticated web applications.

We hope that you enjoy this course as much as we enjoyed developing it.
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