Let’s take a look.
1. Coding the “snake” game
Who doesn’t love snake? It’s a simple yet timeless game.
This tutorial from Web Dev Simplified is really useful for a number of reasons:
- It’s detailed and thorough, and of decent length — clocking in at just over 46 minutes
Most people will recognize this simple game. A tutorial that covers a custom implementation of the game from start to finish is fantastic. You’ll end up with a fully-functional piece of code, a tangible product to experiment with and extend as you wish.
2. Asynchronous goodness
3. “Old style” to ES6
The thing I like most about this tutorial is that it breaks down the “old” way of doing things, then compares it to the “new” (ES6) way. I think this is a really useful approach.
Again, it’s a long one at over 56 minutes. This is a good length to adequately cover the necessary topics in sufficient detail. Check it out!
Specifically, the tutorial deals with Chrome’s DevTools.
5. Code the map and filter functions from scratch
Last but by no means least, this awesome video from Fun Fun Function. Strictly speaking, it’s not a tutorial. But there are definitely some things to be learnt from it.
In the video, we see a custom implementation of the map and filter functions. As developers, we often tend to think about how functions (or other such tech-related things) work “under the hood”. It’s great to see a breakdown like the ones presented in this video.
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