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JavaScript

Paolo Scamardella
Paolo Scamardella
24,828 Points

Where is the RobotMazeInterface.js file?

Forgive me is this is a dumb question, but I was going over Ryan Hoyt's Object-Oriented JavaScript: Part 1, and I do not see the the RobotMazeInterface.js file. Am I missing something here? Where is the file located? I opened CodePen to view the files, and the RobotMazeInterface.js is not included.

3 Answers

carl simpson
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carl simpson
Courses Plus Student 15,941 Points

https://github.com/nafu/robotmaze/tree/master/js ... somebody kindly has a working version here for anyone else whos trying to finish this properly ;)

Paolo Scamardella
Paolo Scamardella
24,828 Points

Thanks. I was bummed when I couldn't find the file. I just wanted to see what's in it.

carl simpson
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carl simpson
Courses Plus Student 15,941 Points

no worries, I'm in the middle of the tutorial now and couldn't run it properly without .. managed to find that tho ;)

Paolo Scamardella
Paolo Scamardella
24,828 Points

I wish in the video Ryan could have gone over it or how to make it.

carl simpson
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carl simpson
Courses Plus Student 15,941 Points

i thought the same, but after looking through it - its a tutorial in itself =) ..

how did you get on with your OOP studies did you keep it up ? or still "lost in the sea of confusion"

Paolo Scamardella
Paolo Scamardella
24,828 Points

Before joining Treehouse, I already had a good understanding of OOP, so I don't have too many issues with OOP. I'm a full stack developer, and I came here to learn more about Android, and eventually learn iOS when I buy a Mac computer. Occasionally, I do some HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP to refresh my brain....surprisingly, I do learn some new tricks. There is always something to learn.