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JavaScript from Null: Chapter 4

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JavaScript University continues today as we learn about methods of the Array object, how to return values from functions, scope, and even your first animation.

Remember - though each new chapter builds upon the previous ones, you can still follow along perfectly well if you haven't watched the other entries in the series!

In this Screencast, you'll Learn:

  • Methods of the Array object: push, pop, unshift, shift
  • Pull values outside of functions
  • Reducing your "global footprint" by creating an object
  • SetInterval
  • Create your first animation
  • Methods of the String object.

Chapter 4: Arrays, Functions, and your First Animation

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