The log of my #100DaysOfCode challenge. Started on August 5, 2019.
The main rule: Code minimum an hour every day for the next 100 days.
Learn more about the main rules, as well as some other considerations.
- Code for minimum an hour a day
- Tweet your progress daily with the hashtag: #100DaysOfCode
- Each day, reach out to at least two people on Twitter who are also doing the challenge
- Day 001:
- 22/22 lessons completed from Free Code Camp’s Applied Accessibility Challenges
- 8/18 lessons completed from Free Code Camp’s Object Oriented Programming Challenges
- Thoughts: It’s easy to get caught up in frameworks and forget the importance of semantic HTML. I’m looking forward to diving into HTML5 tags a bit more and improve accessibility.
- Day 002:
- 18/18 lessons completed from Free Code Camp’s Object Oriented Programming Challenges
- Watched Object-oriented Programming in 7 minutes, Mosh
- Definition to remember: Object - A group of related variables and functions. We call that group/unit an object. We refer to the variables as properties and the functions as methods.
- Started reading: Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
- Day 003:
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- Day 005:
- Completed Financial Advisor challenge: Fragments and Elements
- Helpful Resources: YouTube Video, Creating Dynamic HTML Derived from a JSON Response Using Document Fragments
- Definition to remember: DocumentFragment - A minimal document object that has no parent. It’s used as a lightweight version of
document. Since it’s not part of the active document tree, changes do not impact performance. This allows us to build up the document and place it into the DOM at once. Source: MDN Web Docs
- Definition to remember: DOM - The Document Object Model (DOM) is a programming interface for HTML and XML documents. Source: MDN Web Docs