JavaScript Objects Functions and Arrays Explained

How many times have you attempted to learn JavaScript, only to put it on the side because it was too complex or you felt overwhelmed by the information overload?

JavaScript Objects Functions and Arrays Explained is easy to understand with plenty of illustrations and links to code files you can physically copy. Easy does not mean simple, it will not insult your intelligence and capacity to learn new concepts. This is a serious book for those wanting to understand how JavaScript works.

This book can be used as a reference if you need a detailed explanation on how a certain method works.
The key to master JavaScript is to become familiar with its library methods.

Get it today and start learning. You don’t need to own a Kindle. You’ll be able to read it on anyone of your computers by downloading the free Kindle app.
–> JavaScript Objects Functions and Arrays Explained

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Fahrenheit to Celsius – JavaScript and AngularJS

You probably know how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius in JavaScript but how would you display it on a web page?

Google has come up with a modern solution: AngularJS

AngularJS is a way to make your HTML more dynamic and it is easy to implement.

Take a look at my sample here:
http://jsplain.com/javascript/index.php/Thread/45-Fahrenheit-to-Celsius-ng-model/

Have fun testing it!
Tony


On Learning

“People that learn quickly only focus on the information and skills that matter – excuses don’t matter, and they are thought viruses.” – Kevin Horsley

“No time? Time is always there; you just need to schedule it.”


Practicing with JavaScript Math Methods

Here’s a cool way to test your knowledge on Math.random, ceil, floor and round:

http://bit.ly/1xwdJz4

Have fun!

Tony


JavaScript value and reference variables

Are you still puzzled by JavaScript terms such as typeof,
reference variables, value variables, stack vs heap?
My new article at JSPLAIN (JavaScript in Plain Language)
is short, sweet and right to the point.
Here’s my link: http://bit.ly/1wz2rLq
Have a great weekend!!
Tony


Finding the smallest factor of a number with JavaScript

Time to practice some code!

Create a function named smallestFactor that finds and displays the smallest factor of any number (num).

Then call the function by passing in the value of  100. It should display the number 2 as a result.

Whenever you’re ready to look at my examples please refer to
http://bit.ly/1sDxC2O

Tony


Is programming for me?

The first thing you should know about programming is this:

You need to be able to solve the problem yourself before you can write a program to solve it.

That makes you a problem solver. Are you a problem solver?
Are you willing to spend the extra time thinking about issues, potential problems, unexpected possibilities…

Read the whole article here: http://bit.ly/1sGa0jP


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