Transcript from the "Wrapping Up" Lesson
[00:01:55] We also talked about doing things, we figured out how to listen for events from the browser so that we know when somebody has clicked on a button or hovered over an element. And we can handle it, we can use our event listeners and click Handler or mouse over handler functions to do something to the page or to load more data or to do whatever we want.
[00:02:18] We also talked about how to decide what to do with conditionals, with if else statements or with our fancy conditional ternary operators. We also figured out how to do things more than once with loops. We got for loops, we got while loops. We have maps and filter over arrays.
[00:04:11] So we talked really about some real-world professional context skills that we're gonna need, using modules, for example, when we go out into the real world, into the wide world of web development in the wild, as we could say. So really, really, really amazing job, you all, this is a lot that we've worked through.
[00:04:36] It's been a journey. We have taken our first steps and then some. And you all have just been asking amazing questions, you've been doing great job on these projects. We've built some simple but pretty dynamic websites to fetch dogos and quiz each other and do other things. So, from here, let's keep going.
[00:08:50] So, thank you so much for participating in the course. Thank you so much for working through these projects and these examples and these 90s pop song references [LAUGH]. And huge, huge thank you to the Frontend Masters team that has been making this all happen. So huge thank you to everyone that has been a fundamental part of making this course happen and especially thanks to Mark Grabonski and Daniel Higginbotham who both helped a lot in developing this course, so helped me out.
>> Go and build amazing software.
[00:09:54] Thank you so much. Take care.
>> All right that's a wrap.