JavaScript: Tips and Tricks

JavaScript: Tips and Tricks
  1. Node.js is required for using many JavaScript tools and for creating server-side JavaScript applications. Here is how you install Node.js on a Mac.

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  2. Node.js makes it possible for you to run JavaScript programs outside of a web browser or on a server. To run a Node.js application on Windows, follow these three steps.

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  3. The JSON syntax is like JavaScript's object literal syntax, except that it cannot be assigned to a variable. JSON merely represents the data itself. Since JSON is just a string of text, it needs to be converted to an object to be useful inside JavaScript. Likewise, JavaScript objects need to be converted into strings in order to be used as JSON data. The following explains how to send data between the browser and server with JSON.

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  4. Node.js makes it possible for you to run JavaScript programs outside of a web browser or on a server. To run a Node.js application on MacOS, follow these three steps.

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  5. You can use Google Chrome's Console to practice JavaScript.

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  6. To use the Google Maps JavaScript API, you first need to create an instance of the Google Maps object. Here's how:

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  7. Why is JavaScript called JavaScript? Does it have anything to do with Java? Do you want to impress your friends and family with your deep knowledge of the etymology of the name "JavaScript"?

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  8. There are plenty of free and cheap resources for learning JavaScript. Here we provide some tips for finding the most popular up-to-date tutorials and books.

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  9. Node.js is required for using many JavaScript tools and for creating server-side JavaScript applications. Here is how you install Node.js on Windows.

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