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Training Series - Element Attributes and Properties

July 10, 2015

Learn the difference between attributes and properties on a DOM element, how jQuery modifies these and how they are set in memory!

Training Series - Traversing Elements in the DOM

July 10, 2015

Following up with our sub-series into jQuery, we'll learn how to traverse the DOM, why this is efficient and a little bit of meta programming!

Training Series - Finding Elements in the DOM

July 10, 2015

This week is the first in a sub-series where we break down jQuery to it's core. Build your own version of jQuery with us and gain insight into why this library is so powerful in modern applications!

Training Series - Prototypes

June 11, 2015

.prototype and .proto demystified! We'll cover what the "new" and "instanceof" operators are actually doing behind the scenes, and what prototype-based inheritance looks like in memory.

Training Series - Context

June 4, 2015

What is "this"? We'll cover context in this session of our JavaScript training series.

Training Series - Closures

May 28, 2015

Join us as we cover closure scope in JavaScript!

Training Series - Comparisons

May 21, 2015

This week we covered comparisons in JavaScript! The showdown between == and === is on!

Training Series - Types, Operators and Primitives

May 14, 2015

This week we covered types, operators and primitives in JavaScript as well as a bonus session regarding how hash maps are created in memory!

Training Series - Basic JS

May 6, 2015

Our training series has officially kicked off! We covered an intro to JavaScript and got a sneak peak at upcoming sessions. The following agenda is covered in this week's session.

Free Weekly Online JavaScript Training!

April 27, 2015

Bitovi is providing a public 45 minute JavaScript training every week. The trainings are for intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers looking to take their frontend skills to the next level.