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JavaScript

Mia Johansson
Mia Johansson
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Beginner projects for javascript?

I'm learning javascript right now and I was wondering if anyone had an idea for an easy project that I can work on to apply what I've learned?

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Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
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Here's a codepen I did for a random quote generator with some randomizing of colors. This may be too simple for you but if it isn't... see if you can make your own that works the same in functionality!

http://codepen.io/jen-nordell/pen/BjVJra

depending if you also know other library's like jquery, etc. You can practice your skills making text based quiz's using logic. I did it for fun and it's how I reinforce the vocabulary. I didn't save any of my old projects but i suggest starting with prompt, alert, variables, bool and, etc etc. You can even throw query in the bag to spice it up.