4.28 (1211 reviews)
☑ At the end of the course students will be able to implement ES6 code in their apps
☑ At the end of the course students will be able to understand more TypeScript and Framework JS which uses ES6
I have to admit that it can be a little strange at first but once you get the hang of it, you won't look back.
My philosophy is simple, get the fundamentals of the technology you need and get coding. Why this approach? Technology moves too fast, and if we spent too much time in one technology, others will pass us by.
So here is my advice.....
So what are you waiting for, this course it's short but very informative. Jump in and I see you inside.
What is ECMAScript 6 or ES6?
Converting ES6 to ES5
let vs var
Declaring variables as constants
Function default parameters
The This keyword
Some more chaining and error handling
Where to go next!
explanations not always sufficient for deep understanding. example: why a const object can be altered (because it is passed by reference, not by value, and the reference (pointer) does not change) and why was there an error when a "let" var has been reassigned?
over spacing of codes, can't read the code lines properly too much spacing but all good and well explained in demo.
Have viewed 30 mins of it till now and it seems engaging and on top of it informative with good efforts by him to explain the topics
Too many typos in code until result is reached. Usage of good old JS instead of Ecmascript. Might be good and bad for beginners, because some people might get confused about using JS vs ES. More decent explanations needed and distinction between JS vs ES features.
If I would sum all the typos made by instructors in dozens of courses I have watched, they sum would be still far behind how many this guy is making. Even with the IDE suggestions ...
Edwin is an excellent and entertaining instructor. He does a great job of explaining these concepts and keeps things interesting. Highly recommended
Thank you Edwin for this free course. This course was very informative. Your style of teaching is very encouraging.
It would have been great if the explanation for why we need Promises in JS described in detail with the real-world examples. Good Instructor and lots of hands-on code to view and practice. Please use an open-source IDE for cources
I think overall, it was a great review for someone who already has had hands-on work with JS. I did think, however, on the last video regarding errors and promises, he did glaze over it pretty fast and didn't explain too much of what he was doing and why. Other than that, great crash course :)
This was a good (4 star out of 5) course but not something exceptional/amazing that would warrant a 5 star review for which the author asks at the end. I suggest to the author to try to be more careful when writing code. Out of the 2.5 hours of course at least half an hour were spent fixing typos.
Me gustan los cursos donde te explican bien el porqué de las cosas, que experimentan. Y este curso es uno de ellos. Gracias!.
Course is very good but the promises section is not upto the point .... i feel very difficult to understand that concept overall its good
The content is excellent and easy to understand. The only thing it's not 5 stars because I see you're tired on the last sections of the course. You almost perfect the course but bro take some rest, real quick! Other than that all is great. Cheers!
Author makes a lot of mistakes and does not edit recordings. Half of all the videos can be skipped. He does not provide the theory and reasoning behind ES6 features and only shows examples.