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I dey follow man
Quick question: how can someone get even if it comes with very money, a job after learning frontend. Because i been wan enter school next yearand i don't want any Bleep up
There is also a popular term known as framework. Imagine sewing a clothe with hand needle and sewing same clothes with sewing machine. Who do you think wilbw more efficient. Certainly, the sewing machine will do job much better that using hand needle. So frameworks are web tools that allows us to perform our task much faster and efficiently saving us precious time. There are several frameworks used on the Frontend. Examples are Angular, Vue, React and on the backend we have express, meteor etc.
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The next phase of the building is to get an Architect to draw the house on paper showing all the features the house should have like lighting, the kind of roofing and all that. In the web, the person responsible for this drawing is known as a User Interface designer (UI designer).
After the Architect of the this website is done with his drawing, he passes it on to the Frontend developer who then designs the website according the drawings of the Architect (UI designer). This is where the Frontend developer job starts.
Back to our house analogy, so after the designs has been done by the Architect, the building engineer supervises the bricklayer on how to lay the foundation of the house and subsequently lay blocks. Those block laying is the skeletal part of the building, that's where HTML comes in. HTML is used in building the structure of the house defining if the website will have a click button or how many text content it will have.
Once the building is ready, the next thing is to builtify it with nice roofing, plaster it and then paint it, fence the house and mount gate. That's where the job of the CSS comes in. CSS is simply used to add beauty to the website.
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Like your analogy/analysis. Already
strings is nothing but our normal English alphabet of A-Z. When writing strings we use a very simple syntax (method) which is either single Open and close quotation (' ') or double open and close quotation (" ".
I will continue with other data types as we proceed
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Now, before we proceed, I urge to download any code editor of your choice. There are several types of code editor but I suggest you download virtual studio code. You can download it at code.virtualstudio.com
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Sheffdon:Very simple you must have practical skill.
Can you skill be used for practical application?
Abi na just the examples you see online?
Fantastic analogy. Seconded.
This is good for aspiring programmers who keep asking which to start with.
Haha the bolded made me laugh. Though it seems a bit hard as I feel the person on your mention is a newbie and may not understand your valid point.
I see many portfolios trending here and there probably based on "online examples" anyway programming is a practical job (problem solving with codes), so I doubt if people may think they can practice by "outsourcing" .
What do I know, people believe anything is possible now; "just ASK GOOGLE"
All4good:For one to get practical skills he or she must start first by changing his/her orientation and start gearing and chasing after practicalities of everything they learn. Infact after studying a thing. Try as much as possible to create something usable even if it only for you and friends and then one will understand how things get complicated and difficult when they need to be useful.
Hello guys. Today, let's talk about what we call "variable" and "constant". The word may sound too complex but I will break it down.
const ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = "tall";
For us to write our variable which we can change the value as we like. We can write something like, Ciroma Chukwuma Adekunle is also known as guru. We will write it this way:
let ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = "guru";
ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = "wiper";
The next questions will be, "what kind of values can we give to our variable or constant?" The value we can give to it are those data types we discussed earlier and I used one of them in explaining variable and constant earlier and that is string. We can write a statement like, Ciroma Chukwuma Adekunle is 40. That will be writen like this:
const ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = 40
If you notice didn't use double quotation as we used in string. Example:
const ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = "guru"
only string are written with double quotation mark (" ". So numbers are just writen like numbers. Same applies to boolean which simply means if something is true or false and we write that as:
const ciromaChukwumaAdekunle = true
You also notice that there is no quotation mark when writing boolean values.
Thank you Dremca, you're doing what these YouTube aren't doing- simplifying to the minimum. I await for more lessons.
He's doing great. Those YouTubers are also doing excellently great.
Chitoma Chukwuma Adekunle is a dullard not a guru.
Karleb:I said that as I can relate to how he uses examples that are relatable as a Nigeria. Maybe I haven't looked deeper but I'm yet to find a Nigerian and Non Nigerian YouTuber who's dissecting JS with what is in my primary environment that I can relate with.
Thank you. I'm glad you found my tutorial useful.
Thank you. We are all doing great so long as we passing knowledge. I never knew Ciroma Chukwuma Adekunle is a dullard
let ciroma = "dullard";
Remember that is a string, if I want to give it another value, I can change "dullard" to a number or boolean. We can then have something like this:
ciroma = 45;
Writing string with double quotation mark
const adekunle = "boy";
Writing string with single quotation mark
let ciroma = 'guru';
let chukwuma = 'student";
const adekunle = "dullard';
Still on variable and data types. If you noticed, we have only been using one word word as example in our string data types. Example:
let ciroma = "guru";
Infact, we can write a long sentence as our string. We can have something like this:
let adekunle = "Adekunle is a guru who is famous in WAEC exams";
You can see we are now writing a full sentence as our string but wait a minute, what do you think will happen if we write our string with single quotation in a situation where we have apostrophe (') in our sentence, besides, we can chose to use single quotation mark in writing strings rather than double quotation mark. Take for instance:
let chukwuma = 'ciroma's brilliance has earned him international recognition'
let chukwuma = "ciroma's brilliance has earned him international recognition";
const adekunle = "The president said to ciroma, "you are a genius" ";
const adekunle = `The president said to ciroma, "you are a genius"`;
Dremca:awesome explanation. following boss
We have learnt such about string previously. We can also use a variable name if we want to use the values in that variable. For instance:
let ciroma = "intelligent "
const adekunle = ciroma
If you notice, we didn't add double quotation marks to ciroma because we are using the variable name. Therefore, ciroma is equal intelligent and adekunle is also to intelligent. same as (const adekunle = "intelligent"
Now, the next question is, how do we use the 3 data types in a variable but for now we only make use of string and numbers along side using variable reference that we just learnt now. For instance:
let chukwuma = "wiper"
const ciroma = "the boy is a "+ chukwuma + "age "+ 30
const ciroma = "the boy is a" + chukwuma + "age" + 30
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