kinda grew. Okay, it grew a lot. I wound up covering a ton of material - not only JS and its many intricacies, but DOM/HTML/CSS basics, HTTP requests, Node, NPM, TypeScript, and much more.
I also added a "recommended front-end learning resources path" section at the end, with a list of "must read" and "useful reference" links for JS/React/Redux/TS - basically, a condensed version of my links list, intended to help people get up to speed on these topics from scratch.
Here's the outline:
- Core JS Syntax
- JS Concepts in Depth
- Working with the DOM and HTML
- Real World Usage
- Further Information
The talk was recorded, but only internally. However, I'm making the slides available publicly as a reference. Hopefully this proves useful for folks!
This is a post in the Presentations series. Other posts in this series:
- Oct 07, 2016 - Presentation: Modern Web Dev Overview
- Feb 17, 2017 - Presentation: Intro to React and Redux
- Feb 24, 2017 - Presentation Sources Published
- Sep 24, 2017 - React Boston 2017 Presentation: You Might Need Redux (And Its Ecosystem)
- Mar 07, 2018 - Presentation: Intro to React and Redux (March 2018)
- Mar 20, 2018 - Reactathon Presentation: Redux Fundamentals
- Jun 30, 2018 - Redux Fundamentals Workshop Slides
- Oct 01, 2018 - React Boston 2018 Presentation: The State of Redux
- Mar 31, 2019 - Reactathon 2019 Keynote: The State of Redux
- Jun 11, 2019 - ReactNext 2019: A Deep Dive into React-Redux