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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Basics Writing Your Program

Timothy Kiefer
Timothy Kiefer
6,082 Points

Using Chromebook. Chrome Javascript Console? Workspaces?

Hey folks,

Anyone else out there learning on a Chromebook?

What have you found best to follow along with Jim Hoskins Getting Started Programming series?

I noticed there's a JS option in Workspaces, and I found the Javascript Console in Chrome (though I haven't figured it out yet).

What to do what will help me learn best, and then start putting the stuff into action.

Thanks a lot,

Tim

2 Answers

I'm not using a Chromebook, but use Chrome itself for all my development work. I find detaching the developers window works best. You will find these tools built into Chrome will be your best friend. Treehouse has a course called Website Optimization that takes you through these tools. It's worth it early on.

You are asking the right questions :-)

Here's a link: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/website-optimization

Timothy Kiefer
Timothy Kiefer
6,082 Points

Thanks Lonnie!

I'll check out Nick's course.

As you probably know, Chromebooks are somewhat limited, so hopefully someone who's using one will pop up, as well.

I have an imac, but it would require me to be at the desk, and this thing is just so smooth...