Build A Custom Third Party Library With Javascript

Build a custom third party library with Javascript MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | Lec: 15 | 175 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English Build and publish to NPM a Javascript library that transforms the browser’s localStorage into a Collections database.
Build a custom third party library with Javascript, is a course Javascript developers who want take their Javascript skills to the next level.
Too many times, people state you should use third party Javascript frameworks and libraries when building your apps. It is true, reinventing the wheel is not a recommended strategy when building Javascript (or any other language) related applications. So, you might have thought it is important to just learn frameworks and may have neglected the core (Javascript) which is the underlying language in which all those javascript frameworks and libraries are written in. If you don’t spend time learning vanilla Javascript very well, you won’t be able to improve the skills needed to become a better Javascript developer. You will most likely get stuck when the time comes to resolving issues that require you to dive deep into the sources of those frameworks such as Angular, React, Vue.js, Ember.js etc.
Therefore, I thought, creating this course, which walks you through building a library using just vanilla Javascript without any third party dependency would be a great way for you to take your understanding of Javascript to the next level.
In this course you will build a library that will enhance the browser’s localStorage into a collections based database that will be capable of storing collections of multiple items.
The library you will build will also allow you to find collection items by their ids, update individual collections items, and remove items by ids. You will also learn about different Javascript data types and be able to do type checking throughout your application using helper function you will create.
You will build a class and its methods and create an instance from the class and apply the methods that your just created.
You will see debugging techniques as we will make an extensive use of the Chrome browser’s inspector to walk through our code line by line and examine values and states of different variables.
Finally, you will be able to publish the library on NPM and make it available for use by other developers with the simple `npm install package-name` command.

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