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JavaScript

Address Book: My take

Just completed the Object-Oriented JavaScript course. It was very helpful! Here is my take on another challenge proposed - an address book. Of course, this solution is not production ready, but I have also learned a new way to remove items from existing array and much more.

Here is a snapshot

Now I do plan to add such functionality to the app: -add new contact (using forms probably?) -select contact on click

If someone could help me with guidance I would really appreciate that! Thank you all!

1 Answer

If your familiar with Jquery and how to manipulate the Dom, I would recommend learning about context. This will give you the dynamic functionality you need by applying the use of this.

Adding new contacts can be done by using a form. You can set up the form to submit to a server or have JavaScript handle that functionality for you. If you are looking to have JavaScript handle the form for you, then I would look into prototypal and classical programming theories.

Hope this helps a little on what you can look for.

Cool, thank you for the reply. I have just also spotted that I've missed the last part of Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript course. There is a great example of a "To-Do" project with pure JS, which handles new data entry easily. After finishing it I got more understanding on how I can improve the address book. The only tricky thing is now to start thinking in Object Oriented approach!