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Introduced in 2001, .NET is a Framework from Microsoft that makes it easier to build applications that cross platforms and hardware, which it does by providing a consistent and powerful set of classes and interfaces that abstract away differences of architecture and allow developers to use the right languages and tools that work for them. In this course we will take a look at how the .NET framework is built, and what you need to know to make the most of it. 
 

4 hours

       
JavaScript is a loosely-typed multi-paradigm event-driven object-oriented programming language, which includes the ability to work with strings, dates, arrays, objects and more. In this course you will learn how to construct simple JavaScript commands, implement conditional logic and looping, write functions and invoke them in the code and use JavaScript frameworks and libraries to perform different tasks. 
 

1 day

       
React is a data-driven library for JavaScript that allows you to create interactive user interfaces. In this course you will learn how to create a component in React, gain an understanding of the difference between container and presentational components and manage user interaction with a React site. 
 

10 hours

       
React is a Javascript library for building user interfaces. This course will cover how to use React and why you would want to use it in your applications. It will also improve your understanding of React’s syntax and help you make your first component. 
 

3 hours

       
React is a Javascript library for building user interfaces. Intermediate React continues exploring how to use React, starting off with ES6 export and import statements and finishing with programming and events.   
 

2 hours 30 minutes

       
In this short course you'll learn about the Office add-ins programming model developer tools, and the capabilities of the Office JavaScript APIs for Excel, Outlook and Word. This API model allows you to specify multiple operations in each request you send to the Office application, and batching operations in this way can significantly improve add-in performance in Office applications on the web.  
 

23 minutes

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