The Java(Script) Joint – Final Project Documentation

June 24th, 2020 – June 26th, 2020 Yesterday, I embarked on another group project. This time, we decided to make an e-commerce website for a coffee shop called The Java(Script) Joint, made entirely in vanilla JavaScript, CSS, and HTML: The project outline is as follows: This is a coffee shop containing five different drink options … More The Java(Script) Joint – Final Project Documentation

Functions

June 22nd, 2020 I didn’t get a chance to update my blog yesterday because I was studying for today’s assessment (see other blog post from today). But my focus for yesterday was functions. While I know how normal functions work, I was tripped up my anonymous functions and expression functions. Anonymous functions are just functions … More Functions

Truthy, falsy, and ternary operators

June 17th, 2020 Today in 30 Days of JavaScript, the focus was on booleans, operators, and date objects. Truthy values are anything that yields “true” in JavaScript. This includes all numbers except 0, all strings, and the boolean value “true”. Falsy values are anything that yields “false” in JavaScript. This includes 0, 0n, null, undefined, … More Truthy, falsy, and ternary operators

p5.js

June 11th, 2020 – June 13th, 2020 The past two days have been information overload. We started learning p5.js as a way to refresh and solidify concepts in JavaScript. p5.js is a JavaScript library that allows us to create shapes–it gives you the opportunity to show your creative side! Which I love, since a lot … More p5.js

“Could an app have saved Trayvon Martin?”

June 9th, 2020 – June 10th, 2020 These are the words that George Hofstetter said in his TEDx Talk called “How technology redefined can be a social justice super power“. In today’s world where police brutality is destroying our communities and taking lives, I am constantly thinking: “Is there a place in social justice for … More “Could an app have saved Trayvon Martin?”