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JavaScript

justin light
justin light
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Practical Uses for beginner JavaScript

I have currently completed these courses now:

  • JavaScript Basics
  • Javascript Loops, Arrays and Objects

I loved both, but compared to the CSS, and HTML courses, there didn't seem to be a lot of 'website building' practice in these courses.

Like, it taught me: -Search functions,

  • Compiling data,
  • Random number generators,
  • Prompts etc etc.

But I am wondering, when ill be able to actually 'apply' a lot of this to my websites?

Are there courses that look at more 'integration' on your website? Like, animation, Integrating with CSS/HTML in detail Keen to start practicing and applying things :)

Thanks!

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