Practice JavaScript and Learn: Object-Oriented Programming

Author: Jeremy McPeak
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EdTech Cafe
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EdTech Café is a podcast series produced by the educational technology team at Stanford Medicine.

JavaScript has strong support for object-oriented programming, though sometimes the object-oriented features of the language have been misunderstood. In fact, this object orientation gives us a lot of power for creating complex web apps. You don’t need a massive web framework to build a JavaScript app—we can build apps almost as easily using the object-oriented tools now present in JavaScript and modern browsers.

In this course, you’ll learn all the basics of object-oriented programming in JavaScript. You’ll learn how to program with classes, objects, and other object-oriented concepts. You’ll get to practice all these skills with real-world code examples, and along the way you’ll learn how to write a web app from scratch using object-oriented concepts: a working RSS reader.

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Practice JavaScript and Learn: Object-Oriented Programming
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