JavaScript


Learn JavaScript: 8. JavaScript and the DOM Enhance HTML and CSS with JavaScript and jQuery, a library for JavaScript.
Project: Rock, Paper, Scissors Rock paper scissors is a classic two player game. Each player chooses either rock, paper or scissors. The items are compared, and whichever player chooses the more powerful item wins.
Project: Whale Talk Take a sentence like, "Turpentine and turtles," and translate it into whale talk.
Learn JavaScript: 1. Introduction to JavaScript Get to know JavaScript types and operators.
Final Project - Gamebook Hey there! Thanks for joining us over here on our Community Forums. Welcome to the Final Project subcategory. This is a place for you to post your final project where our community super users can review it and give you feedback and help. Or, just post it to show off your new skills.
13. Introduction to Objects I Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Introduction to Objects I course.
Project: Dog Years With your knowledge of math operators and variables, use JavaScript to convert your age into dog years.
Project: Kelvin Weather With our knowledge of JavaScript, let's convert Kelvin to Celsius, then to Fahrenheit.
6. Search Text for Your Name Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Search Text for Your Name course.
Project: Lite Brite Build an interactive Lite Brite utilizing JavaScript and jQuery.
Learn JavaScript: 6. Arrays Learn how to store data in JavaScript with arrays.
Learn JavaScript: 3. Control Flow Learn how to make decisions with JavaScript.
16. Building a Cash Register Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Building a Cash Register course.
Transpilation
3. Introduction to Functions in JS Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Introduction to Functions in JS course.
Learn JavaScript: 2. Variables Learn JavaScript variables.
15. Introduction to Objects II Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Introduction to Objects II course.
Classes
Learn JavaScript: 4. Functions Learn functions and scope.
JavaScript Quizzes Use this category to discuss any of the JavaScript quizzes.
4. Build "Rock, Paper, Scissors" Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Build "Rock, Paper, Scissors" course.
11. Arrays and Objects in JS Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Arrays and Objects in JS course.
Project: Magic Eight Ball We will build a Magic Eight Ball with JavaScript. The user will be able to input a question, then our program will output an answer to that question.
Iterators
5. Introduction to 'For' Loops in JS Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Introduction to 'For' Loops in JS course.
Project: Sleep Debt Calculator We are going to write a program that asks a user how many hours of sleep is ideal each night, then compare that to the actual hours they slept each night of the last week.
2. Code Your Own Adventure! Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Code Your Own Adventure! course.
8. Dragon Slayer! Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Dragon Slayer! course.
Project: Password Validator We are going to write a program to make sure that a password is complex so that it cannot be easily guessed.
7. Introduction to 'While' Loops in JS Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Introduction to 'While' Loops in JS course.
1. Getting Started Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Getting Started with Programming course.
12. Contact List Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Contact List course.
Learn JavaScript: 7. Loops Learn how to program a loop in JavaScript.
10. Code Your Own Adventure 2! Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Code Your Own Adventure 2! course.
Learn JavaScript: 5. Scope Learn about global and functional scope in JavaScript
9. More on Control Flow in JS Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the More on Control Flow in JS course.
14. Building an Address Book Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the Building an Address Book course.