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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Working with Classes in JavaScript Writing Your First Class

Yosif Qassim
Yosif Qassim
6,367 Points

where is the workspace ?

in the video, the instructor said that there is a workspace attached to the video but I cant find it ????????????

4 Answers

Andreas Nyström
Andreas Nyström
8,879 Points

You can go to the video before this one and take that workspace. It's the same.

Hope this helps, cheers!

Alan McClenaghan
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Alan McClenaghan
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 45,536 Points

When I launched the Workspace for this video, it just open the Workspace from the previous video. I then forked that Workspace and deleted the original. When I relaunched the Workspace from the video, the correct one opened.

Teacher Russell
Teacher Russell
16,872 Points

Hi, I tried that, and it alerted - "there was a problem forking this video". I wish they could post some info about why this new course is missing things and whether or not someone's working on it. I tried to use the older workspace for the latest lesson, and it didn't work.

Sean Flanagan
Sean Flanagan
33,231 Points

It would save time if this workspace were available for all the videos using it. Thanks for your help Andreas.

See this as an opportunity to create your own desktop environment! If you have plans to be a developer you will need that anyways...