• Friday , 5 June 2020

Learn Vanilla Javascript: Memory Game Tutorial – Shuffling [11/11]

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Project developed in vanilla javascript. Learn the fundamentals of pure javascript by building simple and quick projects. No frameworks or libraries, definitely no jquery.

This video will cover how to:

* shuffle the deck of cards with the flexbox property order
* js Math Object

✏️Written Tutorial: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/vanilla-javascript-tutorial-build-a-memory-game-in-30-minutes-e542c4447eae
🕹Demo: https://marina-ferreira.github.io/projects/js/memory-game/
📂Repo: https://github.com/code-sketch/memory-game


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  1. jellycoding
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    Thanks for the tutorial.. Never thought of that way on shuffle the cards. Would like some more easy tutorials like this. However I would like it without the speedup coding. Let it take the time it takes.

  2. Benjamin Renker
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    (function)(); didn't work for me, but !function(); did!

  3. Eric Brabänder
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    Thanks a lot for the great tutorial!

  4. Noah G
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    Do you think you could do a calculator tutorial next?

  5. Oliver Gomes
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    Awesome as always ! btw i tried to create resetButton on my own and it have some bug that need fixed. If you do a tutorial on that, it will be helpful Thanks !

  6. DJAMEL benali
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    greet tutorial thank you

  7. Josue Garduño
    July 29, 2019 at 02:51

    A few weeks ago I came up with the idea of coding a memory game in order to practice my JS skills. I spent around eight hours with that project, also learning many things along the way, but I was unnable to finish it. I got stuck in a randomizer function [which you called 'shuffle']. Also I was using Grid rather than Flex. The video was very useful, I will now implement your 'shuffle' function on my own project and see how it works. Planning to add a score board too.

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