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Javascript Developer 1 Study Guide

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Javascript Developer 1 - Certification Goal

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Please be informed that Focus On Force has recently updated this Certification Course to reflect a more modern, stylish and accessible UI.

As you may have observed, we have cleaned up the Main Lesson Page to only show the Main Objectives, Mindmap (also available in Topic pages), and Feedback -- allowing you to have a more clutter-free workspace. We have created separate Topic Pages for each detailed objective which you can access at the left hand side of the page. Upon clicking, you will be presented with the Detailed Objectives under the Section that you have chosen. Additionally, we have put "Topic Progress" indicators which could guide you better on your progress.

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Variables, Types, and Collections I

Variables, Types, and Collections II

Objects, Functions, and Classes I

Objects, Functions, and Classes II

Browser and Events

Debugging and Error Handling

Asynchronous Programming

Server Side JavaScript

Testing

Comments

  1. Kenneth Ray

    I just passed using the materials here and a combination of YouTube videos. Thank you soooooooo much for the material! I couldn’t have done it without it!

    1. Starkey Focus Team

      Kenneth, this is wonderful news. Thanks for sharing this to everyone. I feel that there will be a lot more users like you who will be even more motivated to tackle their own certifications with the help of our materials. A milestone worth celebrating! Cheers!

    1. Starkey Focus Team

      Hello Ashok! We highly don’t encourage printing the study guide as we are constantly updating it and improving it. A printed version would soon be out of date and might affect your study preparations in a not so positive way.

  2. Diane Clayton

    I’ve gone throught the study guides and got high marks in the practice exams but I’ve failed this exam twice now. I’m not sure whether to give up. Any suggestions?

    1. Starkey Focus Team

      Hi Diane, thanks for the inquiry. The topics covered in the study guides and practice exams are concentrated on the objectives in the exam outline. We recommend you taking the practice exams over and over until you obtain the highest score possible. It’s highly recommended also to reference trailhead and other Salesforce documentation when you encounter topics that may still not be very clear to you, or you may post your inquiries here or in the feedback forums. Lastly, it’s best to gain more hands-on experience in the Salesforce platform especially if you don’t work with it on a regular basis.

  3. Jeronimo

    Passed the exam today. As always the questions are shorter. But it took me almost all allotted time to complete the exam. In general the study guides and exam questions are top-notch, there’s little discrepancy.

    1. Starkey Focus Team

      Glad that you are now JD1 Certified, Jeronimo. Congratulations, Team FOF is celebrating with you on your new milestone. Job well done!

  4. BaSiL

    Hello, I completed all 9 modules of the JavaScript Developer Study Guide. I am now doing the TOPIC Practice Exams ony by one.

    For anyone who passed the SF JavaScript Exam – do you have any suggestions &/or tips before scheduling the exam?

    Also, are exam takers allowed to have writing paper during the exam?

    Thanks In Advance!!

    1. Ian Focus Team

      Hi BaSiL, thanks for the enquiry. Keep on retaking each practice and topic exam until you get the highest possible score. Please make sure you really master the objectives especially the ones with the highest weightings such as Variables, Types, and Collections (23%), Objects, Functions, and Class (25%), Browser and Events (17%), and Asynchronous Programming (13%). Do not memorize the questions and make sure you understand every concept (code, logic, syntax, structure, methods, etc..) that is covered in the study guide and as to why an answer/option is correct or incorrect in an exam.

      For online proctored exams, writing on paper or any writing material is not allowed. For onsite proctored exams though, they may provide you a pen and paper (at least in my experience). If you plan to take the online proctored exams, kindly read through this https://focusonforce.com/certification/tips-salesforce-certification-online-proctored-exam/

  5. Ian Focus Team

    Hi Charles, thanks for the enquiry. Please check out these trailhead modules as they contain lots of code examples that you can try out locally on your machine: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/content/learn/trails/learn-to-work-with-javascript. As for the related superbadge that requires code work to complete, you’re probably referring to the last module (Lightning Web Components Specialist) here: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/users/strailhead/trailmixes/prepare-for-your-salesforce-javascript-developer-i-credential.