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This book is based on Sidd’s experience teaching his son programming and he thinks anyone can enjoy the unlimited possibilities from knowing how to code. Code opens the doors to all kinds of fun projects. Imagine being able to make the games you play!
This book will teach you how to think in code, write code that is easy to understand, work with friends on code projects and also what to do once your project is complete.
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This book contains over a 100 screenshots showing every concept and every step in action such as this one about debugging:
All the code in the book is beautifully syntax highlighted including showing all the additions (diff highlighting) made while working on the game to make learning easier:
The code is fully tested in Chrome, Firefox and Edge. All the code is available online on GitHub. Not only is the code well commented, it is built up step by step and it teaches good organization and commenting practices that will make the code easier to use and read.
Code Editor: Visual Studio Code is used in the book. The code can be written in any editor
Browser: Chrome is used in the book, Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Opera can be used. Internet Explorer will not work
Operating System: Windows is used for the screenshots but any operating system can be used that has a browser with a debugger and a way to edit code.