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Muhammad Tahir
Muhammad Tahir
4,113 Points

The Build an Object Challenge, Part 2: My Solution

Here is how I solved it. Didn't knew DOM, so I had to use what I have learnt so far. What do you guys think of it?

var students = [
   name: 'Dave',
    track: 'Front End Development',
    achievements: 158,
    points: 14730
    name: 'Jody',
    track: 'iOS Development with Swift',
    achievements: '175',
    points: '16375'
    name: 'Jordan',
    track: 'PHP Development',
    achievements: '55',
    points: '2025'
    name: 'John',
    track: 'Learn WordPress',
    achievements: '40',
    points: '1950'
    name: 'Trish',
    track: 'Rails Development',
    achievements: '5',
    points: '350'

var html = '';

for ( var i = 0; i < students.length; i++ ) {
  for ( var prop in students[i] ) {
    if ( prop === 'name' ) {
      html += '<p><strong>' + students[i][prop] +'</strong></p>';
    } else {
      html += '<p>' + '<span style = "text-transform: capitalize;">' + prop + '</span>' +": " + students[i][prop] +'</p>'
  html += '<br>'


1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,135 Points

Capitalizing the property names was a cute touch!

And DOM functions would have probably been overkill for this simple exercise.