An even more educational version of the Bandolier for Learn JS the Hard Way.

Updated 1 day ago

This is the template project that's checked out and configured when you run the bando-up command from ljsthw-bandolier. This is where the code really lives.

Updated 4 months ago

This is the code that runs https://bandolier.learnjsthehardway.com/ for you to review. It uses the https://git.learnjsthehardway.com/learn-javascript-the-hard-way/bandolier-template to create the documentation for the project.

Updated 8 months ago

This is only for testing npm init for installing other things.

Updated 11 months ago

This is a parody of leetcode.com for designers. It's being developed live on Twitch.tv/zedashaw to demonstrate how to make a parody of a website.

Updated 11 months ago

A simple CSS file to make it easier to layout a web page quickly at the start. It's meant to be removed once you have the basic layout done, but you could probably keep it if you like it.

Updated 12 months ago

The code from the Learn JavaScript the Hard Way module JavaScript Level 1 exercises. This is a mirror of the code I have in the book, so if you're struggling you can use this to compare against your attempts.

Updated 1 year ago

Code featured in the blog for learnjsthehardway.com.

Updated 1 year ago

These are the projects for the JavaScript Level 2 module in Learn JS the Hard Way.

Updated 1 year ago

This is a quick dump of my windows vim setup. This works fairly well and I've written a lot of software using this. I also include other software I installed.

Updated 2 years ago

This is the code for the bot that we use in the course Discord. It's being built over a series of livestreams and only does a few basic things like replaying livestream chats.

Updated 2 years ago

Code for the littler Buttons the Computer used in the Turing Machine portion of the book.

Updated 2 years ago

An experiment in cleaning up CSS by just avoiding dis-features and focusing on flexbox and CSS grids.

Updated 2 years ago