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A JavaScript Local Storage Task List Exercise

Video Description

Learn JavaScript with this quick practice exercise to apply JavaScript in building a Task List using Local Storage

About This Video

  • Perfect course for beginners to learn JavaScript
  • Step by step learning with all steps included.

In Detail

JavaScript Practice Exercise - Learn to use JavaScript and create an interactive task list that you can add items to, mark items as completed and also remove items from the list. Best of all store your content in local storage so every time you go back you can see the task list. The course helps you learn more about JavaScript by doing, See how you can apply JavaScript to document HTML elements, listen for an event like a mouse click and invoke functions on clicks. Additionally how you can use the map() method to create a new array with the results of calling a provided function on every element in the calling array. JavaScript-focused on applying code logic and building functioning code from scratch to make something with code from start to finish. Fun and exciting way to learn and practice JavaScript. by applying what is presented in the lessons and building your own version of the applications. Make it even better, style it and try out JavaScript. Beginner JavaScript knowledge is required as the course covers only JavaScript relevant to the building of the task list. Also, HTML and CSS knowledge is essential as the scope of this course is all JavaScript-focused.

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