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    What to learn in Javascript

    I have 3 years of experience in dot net.
    Now, in resume, I need to add javascript as scripting language.

    Can anyone tell me what exactly need to learn in javascript before adding this into resume.
    Or what interviewer can expect.

    So that i can start learning javascript.

    Thanks in advance.
  • #766084
    First you need to start with the fundamentals of JavaScript. Learn declaring variables, displaying messages, datatypes etc.
    Then move to advance concepts like functions, events, RegEx, JSON (interviewer might ask you about this). You might want to learn JSON more in dept as it is an easier alternative to XML.
    Once you get along with JavaScript you can go with jquery & AngularJS both of which are great advance JavaScript frameworks to help you interact with webpages in more robust manner. With jquery & AngularJS you write less & do more.

  • #766086

    To learn java script there are lot many tutorials available on internet.
    Go through step by step learning start from fundamentals.
    Do practical examples to understand it better.

    Try below links:

  • #766088
    As interviewer point of view. They will considers your java script skills in two ways.

    If the openings is for or MVC and they just need only java script knowledge. In that case they will not ask deeply in the java script. They need the java script only for writing validation functions. For now JQuery playing big roll so they do not need core development in java script.

    In the second case if they are using some UI Angularjs development and also they need lot of OPPS concept to be develop in java script. In that case they will ask the questions very deep in javascript.

    Totally the questions will be based on the requirement. If you know little bit deep in javascript that will be great.

    By Nathan
    Direction is important than speed

  • #766097
    Hi Pranjal.

    You said you have 3 years of experience in dot net, what all you have done in javascript over the experience period mention that in resume.
    Mainly javascript is used for client side validations and to call a function from UI like onclick functions and redirecting the call to controller method in case of MVC.
    As javascript is first thing to know if you want to better understand Jquery and anjular js.
    My suggestion for you is first learn javascript in any of the institute.
    Things to learn in Javascript are:
    variables,objects,events,functions and validations.

    Sridhar Thota.
    Editor: DNS Forum.

  • #766113
    JavaScript is a client side scripting language, first it is only used for validation purpose but now it is used to many things including postback, database connections, get response, call backs etc.
    JavaScript is a programming language that adds interactivity to your website (for example: games, responses when buttons are pressed or data entered in forms, dynamic styling, animation). JavaScript is the programming language of HTML and the Web. Programming makes computers do what you want them to do.
    JavaScript is easy to learn.
    check out below links for more details

    Editor, DotNetSpider MVM
    Microsoft MVP 2014 [ASP.NET/IIS]

  • #766181
    I have mention features of Javascript

    # Javascript is a Client Side Script
    # We can easily Validating the webform controls using Javascript.
    #Json Post
    #Json Get
    #DB Connections
    #Page Redirections
    #Open New Window

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  • #766710

    Kindly go through the below mentioned links. It will helps you lot,



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