In today’s lesson, I learned how to pipe webcam input and manipulate the stream on the fly. In comparison to the other lessons, this lesson required the use of npm. The final code can be found on Day 19 – Webcam Fun.
In today’s exercise, I learned how to fetch all video lengths from a site and calculate the total duration of all videos. The exercise was mainly based on the functions
reduce(). The final code can be found on Day 18 – Adding Up Times with Reduce.
Another day, another exercise. Today, how to sort arrays without while ignoring the articles of the corresponding title. The exercise required a combination of replacing, sorting and mapping and the final code can be found on Day 17 – Sort Without Articles.
In today’s exercise, I learned how to create a dynamic mouse shadow. As always, the final code can be found on Day 16 – Mouse Move Shadow.
Today’s lesson covered the secrets of using local storage. I learned how to create a small restaurant booking system, that stores the ordered dishes in the browser’s local storage. The final code can be found on Day 15 – LocalStorage.
In today’s exercise, I’ve learned how to trigger an action when a user provides a specific key sequence. A potential use would be by adding easter eggs to websites. As always, the final code can be found on Day 12 – Key Sequence Detection.
A part of Automattic’s creed says:
I’m in a marathon, not a sprint.
Don’t delay what you can do today
my Aussie friends use to say
There’s always another day
(Just imagine the German and Aussie accents!)
Today’s lesson was about how to use the console like a pro. I learned how to print info, warning and error messages, how to count, how to group and a few others. The final code can be found on 09 – Dev Tools Domination.