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Imagine visiting a website but being unable to interact with anything. Nothing moves or changes color when you hover over it, and as you scroll through the page, everything is just a static image or text. Sounds pretty boring, doesn't it?
Now, think about a website you’ve recently visited. It’s likely that as you scrolled through the page, graphics popped into view with a flourish. You may have noticed an image carousel that automatically shifted from photo to photo, or a button that changed color when you hovered over it. When you wanted to navigate to another page on the website, you clicked a hamburger menu that exposed clickable links to these pages.
Individuals in roles like Front End Developer can find jobs in almost any industry since most organizations today rely on websites to communicate with their stakeholders. This includes both private organizations, like businesses, and public organizations, like government agencies and nonprofits. These organizations might choose to keep an in-house Web Developer on staff to build and maintain websites on their behalf or contract the work out with a freelance or agency-based Developer.
In this video, I'm going to show you how to enable and disable a play button in a gaming interface.
Today we're going to look at a classic coding algorithm called the Fisher-Yates Shuffle, which is used for randomizing the items of an array.
In this video, we're going to look at a classic coding challenge--an interview challenge called Find the Fibonacci Numbers!
In this video, we're going to look at how to build a movie database display.
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