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Javascipt Assignments

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#1 altair05


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Posted 13 February 2013 - 06:03 AM

So, I just recently finished Javascript on codeacademy.com. Since it won't lead me anywhere if I don't practice and build on what I have learned, does anyone have sites where I can find assignements or problems to solve. I tried google, and didn't get any thing that would help. One site came up with Java coding from MIT, but I'm rusty on Java and I'd like to focus on Javascript.


On second thought does bleeping computer have a forum/thread for this that?

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#2 JosiahK


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Posted 13 February 2013 - 07:21 AM

My suggestion is that you simply look for practical real world tasks and write the code to solve them. A few things that come up very commonly in web development are:


Form verification (Is that an email? Is that a phone number? Is that password suitably complex? Et cetera)

Showing or hiding elements (Click the "more" button, hovering over drop down menus, etc)

Photo slideshows.

Games (Whatever you like. These have the potential to be quite large projects.)

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#3 groovicus


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Posted 13 February 2013 - 09:45 AM

There are a few threads on this already. A program does not have to do anything exciting. It can simply be an exercise. For example, when I am working on a large project, I will break down the project into smaller tasks. Then I will write a sample program to handle one of the smaller tasks. Sometimes the exercise takes 5 minutes, sometimes it takes 5 hours, and sometimes it takes 5 days.


If you plug 'programming problems' into your favorite search engine, you should find thousands of examples. The language you use to solve the problems is largeley irrelevant.

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