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You down with OOP? - Yeah you know me!

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Introduction

When: Every Friday night from 7:00PM — 8:45PM.

Teacher: Garrett Smith

Hearken to the days of view-source:! In this course, I'll explore Object Oriented JavaScript as it pertains to client side web programming. And some DOM stuff.

Resources Web Development Resources

Debugging

Browsers provide debuggers that can be launched from a breakpoint, the application's menu, or the debugger keyword in the script.

ClassName Swap

Event Delegation and the Cascade.

Functions

Functions are callable objects with an internal [[Scope]] property. Learn how to call functions and pass functions to other functions, where they can be later called.

Array Methods added to EcmaScript 5

Sort, map, filter, and more.

Prototype

The prototype chain is used for reading property resolution.

User-defined functions can be used to construct new objects. Objects have, on their prototype chain, the constructor's prototype.

Prerequisite: Functions.

Custom Events

Fire custom events from your own user-defined objects.

Scope Chain and Identifier Resolution

This class covers closures.

Prerequisite: Functions.

Singleton

Singleton with information hiding in function scope.

Prerequisite: Scope Chain and Identifier Resolution.

Interface-Based Design

Two interfaces with a similar signature. The Devil's in the details -- encapsulate them!

Event Notification System

An abstract system for event notification.

DOM Events Adapter

An system for DOM event notification, designed to handle delegation and specific event models.

Factory

The Factory pattern, the Decorator pattern, newApply, and the holy grail: Abstract Factory.

Parameter Object

Passing around lists of parameters? Typechecking arguments? Stop doing that. Here's how to make your code clearer and less error-prone.

Type Conversion

There are five primitive types in JavaScript: Null, Undefined, Boolean, String, Number. Various operations in JavaScript require conversion to and from primitive values.

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