My Week-5 at JADU a Full Stack Development Program.

March 8, 2021 — March 12, 2021

The fifth week at JADU ends. In this week I have learned what I have waited desperately so long and that is JAVASCRIPT. Let's explore what exciting things I have learned related to JAVASCRIPT throughout this week.

Technical Classes of Week-5

March 8, 2021

Monday’s session covers Javascript introduction and essentials part which include very basics of it. JavaScript is the programming language for the Web. It can update and change both HTML and CSS. It can calculate, manipulate and validate data.

This essential part covered in this session is the following…

console.log(“Hello JS”);

let's discuss the scopes of these different variables so we can understand that how to use them and where to use them.

var declarations are globally scoped or function/locally scoped.

var can be re-declared and updated.

let declarations are block-scoped.

let can be updated but not re-declared.

const declarations are also block-scoped.

const cannot be updated or re-declared

  • Integers, Floats
  • Strings
  • Booleans (true / false)
  • null, undefined

use of if and else statements to control your code that which statements are going to be executed and which are not. Based on the result of the expression in the ‘if-else’ statement, the block of statements will be executed. If the condition is true, then the ‘if’ block will be executed otherwise ‘else’ block will execute.

March 5, 2021

Friday’s session includes the javascript intermediate which covers the following parts…

use of switch statements to control your code that which statements are going to be executed and which are not but here the switch statement contains multiple cases. The user will decide the case, which is to execute.

less than <

greater than >

not equals !

and &&

or ||

these operators are used in control statements to resolve complex problems.

Loops are used in JavaScript to perform repeated tasks based on a condition. Conditions typically return true or false when analyzed. A loop will continue running until the defined condition returns false. There are different loops for different purposes.

  • for loop
  • while loop
  • do-while loop

Non-technical class of week-5

March 9, 2021

Tuesday’s session was about a community sharing session. This session had a story session where everyone had to share something personal. It could have been an achievement, something about your city, or anything at all.

I enjoyed this session as it was full of interesting stories to hear as everyone expressed their thoughts and their life stories.

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Learning MERN Stack, Computer Scientist | Fellow at JADU Full Stack Development Program