Javascript courses 2021 (Top courses on Udemy)

Finding good Javascript courses in 2021 can be a daunting task. There are a plethora of options on the internet that could leave you with the “paradox of choice” — a basic inability to choose because of too many options. Regardless, Javascript continues to be one of the most popular programming languages in 2021. The demand for Javascript developers continues to rise. In this article we help you narrow your search down to the list of the top Javascript courses on Udemy in 2021.

Thanks to a growing number of tech companies, being good in Javascript is enough to land you a good paying job in the industry.

Javascript is used in building frontend web and mobile applications as well as backend services and tools.

Though there are libraries and frameworks such react, angular, vue.js, svelte, node/express, etc, that are used in the day to day development of applications; having a good grasp of Javascript is essential to how effectively you will use those tools and build good applications that perform well and provide good user experience (UX).

Here is a no-nonsense compilation of the most in demand and successful Javascript courses on Udemy with very high number of student and satisfaction rates.

The Complete JavaScript Course 2021: From Zero to Expert! was created by Jonas Schmedtmann and is currently the top Javascript course on Udemy.

The author promises to teach modern Javascript with projects, challenges and theory.

There are several sections and lectures in the course with a total of 68 hours in-demand video, 20 articles, and 18 downloadable resources.

Modern object oriented programming (OOP), asynchronous javascript, and modern tools used in Javascript development (such as NPM, Parcel, Babel and ES6 modules) are just few of the topics discussed throughout The Complete JavaScript Course 2021: From Zero to Expert!

At the time of this writing, this course has a Bestseller tag and an average rating of 4.7 and a total of 95,669 ratings. It also has 401,748 students.

JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts is also one of the top Javascript courses on Udemy. It was created by Anthony Alicea.

The author promises this course teaches advanced Javascript to everyone. Things such as scope, closures and creating your own custom framework are part of the content.

There are several sections and lectures in the course with a total of 11.5 hours in-demand video, 7 articles, and 50 downloadable resources.

Among many things, objects, prototypal inheritance, scope chains, new ES6 features are discussed throughout the course.

At the time of this writing, this course has an average rating of 4.7 and a total of 40,423 ratings. It also has 157,203 students.

JavaScript — The Complete Guide 2021 (Beginner + Advanced) is a course that promises to teach beginning to expert level Javascript concepts. It is a popular course created by Maximilian Schwarzmüller.

There are several sections and lectures in the course with a total of 52 hours in-demand video, 75 articles, and 696 downloadable resources.

Among many things, objects, prototypal inheritance, scope chains, new ES6 features are discussed throughout the course.

At the time of this writing, this course has an average rating of 4.6 and a total of 12,496 ratings. It also has 63,740 students.

Modern Javascript From The Beginning course promises to show the student how to learn and build projects with pure Javascript (no frameworks or libraries). It is created by Brad Traversy.

The course has several sections, with 21.5 hours in-demand video, 2 articles and 111 downloadable resources.

Among many topics, OOP, ES2015+, Asynchronous Javascript and Javascript patterns are discussed throughout the course.

At the time of this writing, this course has an average rating of 4.7 and a total of 23,438 ratings. It also has 76,819 students.

The Modern JavaScript Bootcamp course promises to teach Javascript student building real-world applications. It is created by Andrew Mead.

The course has several sections, with 29.5 hours in-demand video and 128 downloadable resources.

Among many topics, the latest features from ES6 and ES7, application deployment, promises and async/await with asynchronous Javascript are discussed throughout the course.

At the time of this writing, this course has an average rating of 4.7 and a total of 10,493 ratings. It also has 41,375 students.

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