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Compact introduction covering types, variables, operators, control structures, functions and closures.
A modern tutorial from the basics to advanced topics with simple, but detailed explanations.
Explains concepts like scope and closures, data flow, change detection, components, compilation, tree shaking.
Guide focused on writing robust code by describing possible failures and explaining how to prevent them.
Covering closures. From basics to use cases. Has useful comments.
Covering the usefulness of Array's map, reduce, and filter methods.
An FAQ styled tutorial for beginners.
Tutorial showing the advantages of consuming Promises via async functions.
Answers the question »What is a Pure Function?« epicly.
Describes thoroughly how to use the Fetch API to receive and send data.
Classic material which still has relevance.
Comprehensible, especially interesting for people with a class based OOP background.
Will solidify your understanding of the language.
Language features and APIs well explained by author and trainer Dr. Axel Rauschmayer.
Basic talk about type coercion and strict type comparison.
Educational plus entertaining YouTube show covering language features as well as architectural topics amongst others.
Learn state of the art in debugging using Chrome dev tools.
Talk that shows where async goes next, why it matters, and what you need to do to put it into practice today.
They also offer more advanced courses.
A series of interactive exercises introducing five basic ingredients of functional (reactive) programming: the
ES6 and above
Explains how to set up ES6 projects that are transpiled to ES5.
A whole book about how to access an manipulate the DOM without a library.
a short introduction to node.js
Short books about code and networking patterns related to Node.js.