A new mantra for your next (programming) meditation session.
A few best practices for when you're learning the language
I just slipped on a banana peel named “this”
this is used to refer an object. But which object this refers too depends on the code you’re executing and how
What is that upside-down tree doing in my browser?
Getting started with the DOM is easy once you understand how the browser translates your HTML into this internal structure made of objects. Once these objects are created, then you can manipulate them using a wide variety of properties and methods, to change the content of an element, to add a style to an element, or even remove an element from the page completely.
Wait, where is my variable defined?
Why it's a great first programming language
Location, Location, Location
Why where you put your script element matters
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For the next 15 weeks, a new learning video every week.