Ch 3: JavaScript Language Basics

About This Chapter

In this JavaScript training chapter, your employees can get an overview of JavaScript language basics. Employees can review these lessons and quizzes at any time that fits their work schedules using any Internet-connected device.

JavaScript Language Basics - Chapter Summary

If your employees need to learn or review the language basics of JavaScript, this chapter can show them everything they need to know. Consisting of bite-sized lessons that are taught by expert JavaScript instructors, this chapter covers fundamental concepts related to this programming language, including:

  • Syntax, keywords and reserved words
  • TypeOf
  • Undefined, Boolean, null and numeric data
  • Strings and objects
  • Operators
  • Variable scope

Each lesson comes with a short quiz for knowledge reinforcement, and our subject-matter experts are happy to answer any questions your employees may have. You can assign the chapter to individual employees or use the lesson material in JavaScript training sessions.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: The chapter's short lessons are designed to establish a high-level awareness of basic JavaScript language concepts.
  • Covers multiple data types: Employees who work through the chapter will walk away with an understanding of undefined, null, Boolean and numeric data types in JavaScript.
  • Discusses practical applications: A final lesson in the chapter highlights the practical applications of using numeric and string variables in JavaScript.

Skills Covered

By the end of the chapter, your employees should be able to:

  • Use JavaScript keywords and reserved words
  • Recognize the uses of variable basics in JavaScript
  • Assess examples of TypeOf in JavaScript
  • Compare types of JavaScript data
  • Describe the functions of numeric data types in JavaScript
  • Define strings, objects and operators in JavaScript
  • Explain variable scope
  • Work with numeric and string variables

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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