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Last Updated: February 20th, 2016.
I've only shared with you the ones that I am familar using so if you would like to reccomend an editor that is not on this list please feel free to do so!
Of course you won't be able to make programs like these I've shown you here, YET, but eventually as you get more advanced there is really no limits to what you can do.
In this video I am going to show you how to access the downloadable files for each lesson as well as how to access external resources that I refer to in each lecture of the course!
We can also use the console to write handy notes or hidden messages that we can read when we bring up the console in our web browser.
Alright so you learned quite a bit so far, its time for a challenge! I have a piece of code here that has a few syntax errors in it. Your job is to sift through the code and get our program working.
To complete this challenge make sure that you download the external files for this lesson and give it a go! If you are having troubles don't get frustrated. Join me in the next video and I will show you how to complete the challenge no problem!
Don't worry if you couldn't complete this challenge on your own, the most important thing is that you are learning and getting better.
A summary of what you have learned so far.
In this lecture I am going to show you how you can ask for help if you need any extra assistance while working in the course or if you need some extra help with the course content.
In this section of the course you are going to learn how to use variables and how we can make our programs even more advanced.
In order to work with variables effectively you need to understand how to assign names to your variables. Now there are a few rules that we need to follow as we do this but don't worry, I will show you everything that you need to know.
Gathering input from a visitor allows your programs to become a lot more engaging for the user. In today's video you are going to be using the prompt(); command to gather text that a user inputs and use that information in your code.
Let's dive a little bit deeper and work even more with strings. There is a lot to cover here so lets get right into it!
Let's go over step by step the solution to the variable coding challenge.
A quick quiz on variables.
If math is not your thing do not worry, it's not as bad as you might think!
In this lecture you are going to learn how to use the math object in your programs.
Are you ready for a challenge? The numbers challenge is going to be a little bit tricky but I'm sure you will be able to handle it no problem!
In this challenge you will be building a random number generator. Try to create the program yourself and if you need help join me in the next lecture and we will complete the project together :)
Here is the step by step guide to the random number generator challenge.
The Final Quiz for this course
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