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JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts


This is not a fluff course, nor is it for teaching you the basics; this is a course that takes you deep inside this language. So, you, the student with a basic understanding of JS, can explore it more and become its master. After finishing this course, a student will gain a better set of JS skills, and even the most experienced programmer will find this course useful. After finishing this course, the students are better equipped to understand how JavaScript technologies such as EmberJS, MongoDB, JQuery, ReactJS, angularJS, NodeJS and a lot more besides. Students will also create their own library/framework that they can use for future projects.

Course overview

  • 12 hours of video
  • 85 lectures
  • Lifetime access
  • 30 days money back guaranteed
  • Certificate of completion


Price range: 20$ – 195$

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About the instructor

Anthony Alicea

Anthony is one of those people who started programming when they were small. He began at the early age of 12. He has since acquired a computer science degree from Case Western Reserve University and is also certified as a software application architect at Windows. In addition to all that is also certified as a database and interface designer. In the last 25 years, he has amassed a wealth of experience and the skill sets for web and front-end development in particular. This coupled with his skill at teaching, and public speaking goes hand-in-hand to give you the perfect instructor who has a mission to teach you the best that JS has to offer.

Target audience

This class is not for the beginner. You must have an understanding and some experience with JavaScript. The whole purpose of this course is to delve deeper to give you an in-depth look at how the language works and simplify for you the areas that you might find complicated or obtuse.

What the students say

Usually, people with a deep understanding of a particular subject tend to be gruff and not want to share their secrets along with not taking the time to teach students what they know in a meaningful manner in many online courses. However, in this course, Tony believes that the best teacher is one who makes their students succeed and not to promote themselves. In the case of this course, almost all the students believe this is a lightning speed course, but it is also comprehensive and in-depth. They recommended without reservation to all their friends, and they wrote fantastic online reviews such as, “Cannot recommend this course highly enough! It’s a pity that the course can only receive five stars.” Tony himself is rated as we quote many of the students as saying, “The best tech instructor on Udemy today.”

Our evaluation

Now you will learn the internals of how the source code of most of the popular JavaScript frameworks works. You will also learn how to avoid costly mistakes and problems that other JavaScript programmers make. Your code will then be cleaner and less prone to having bugs. So, if you get only one thing out of this course, it will be how to write robust JS code.

However, this is only the tip of the iceberg, and in 11 I have hours of video you will learn the secrets of the most popular Frameworks out there and how to use them. In fact, by the end of the course, you will be able to create a JavaScript framework for yourself. This will increase your versatility as a web developer, and also, your income for your work will increase. Because if you generate more code that is bug-free you waste less time fixing it and finish a project much sooner, and this means more money in the bank as you can works on other projects much faster. So for this alone, we could rate the course with two thumbs up. However, you will get so much more out of your learning experience as well. After you are done, you will rate it as highly as we do, as your websites run bug-free and look cleaner as well.

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