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Learn the fundamentals of pure javascript by building a memory card game. No frameworks or libraries, just vanilla JavaScript.

This video will cover how to:
‣ select elements in the DOM with querySelector
‣ iterate through lists with forEach
‣ add/remove an element class
‣ add/remove event listeners
‣ timeout
‣ html5: data-attribute
‣ css3: positioning, flexbox, perspective, backface-visibility, transitions

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⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (00:00) Intro
⌨️ (00:47) Basic Structure / Create the Project
⌨️ (03:53) Board HTML
⌨️ (07:13) Board Styles
⌨️ (12:41) Flip Card
⌨️ (15:53) 3d Effect / CSS3 Perspective
⌨️ (18:25) Store Cards
⌨️ (22:37) Match Cards
⌨️ (25:12) Refactoring
⌨️ (27:27) Lock Board
⌨️ (28:53) Card Double Click
⌨️ (31:04) Shuffling

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27 thoughts on “Memory Card Game – JavaScript Tutorial

  1. Fun little tutorial, learnt a lot. Absolute position example was gold, and also really liked the explanation of restructuring. Thank you!

  2. Thanks for the video, I'm pretty noob in coding but I could learn a good amount, and this help with my studies, really thank you very much.

  3. Hi this is great but i have a question about the calculating the width of the memory card. she says you need to take the margin into consideration so why does she then take away 10px when the margin is set to 5px? thanks if anyone can help me on this I would greatly appreciate it!

  4. A newbie question for anyone willing to answer. At 14:21in the line 8th it says card => card.eventListener. Should it be cards => cards.eventListener. It works both ways. but it still confusing to me why we cab use card instead of cards?

  5. Hi, thank you for tutorial. How did you make responsive? Did you use @media, beacuse i cant make responsive like you did.

  6. hi nice work please help me can you change this code into simple matching game for kids like A for Apple B For Ball without flipping animation 😀🙄🙄🙄

  7. I didn't expect to be responding to her questions like im talking to Dora the explorer 🤣🤣🤣 good tuto tho

  8. Hello. I think that the left side of the screen is a code editor like Visual Studio Code, but what program is on the right side of the screen? How do you get that display?

  9. I was making this game without watching any tutorial and i was stuck at storing the cards in variables, thanks for the solution 👍

  10. I wish there was a "Love" button. This is the most concise and clear javascript tutorial I have seen. The animations were extremely helpful.

  11. I just love how she explains step by step what she's doing and why. More tutorials like this PLEASE!

  12. Brilliant expose!

    One of the strengths of this presentation is seeing Flexbox, CSS calc, box-sizing, transform and transition explained in a practical and non-verbose way.

  13. I rarely ever like any youtube video.. surely less than 1 in 10000 videos watched (I'm just wondering if we could look our view-like ratio up). This video is packed with SO MUCH easily understandbale new, and especially USABLE (to me) information, I just had to like it.
    And that's coming from someone who has been 'in touch' with HTML for no less than 20 years. Lately I often have to work on ancient web frontends (IE 7 and ActiveX Controls/COM Objects anyone?) and the information I can take from this video will make my life a whole lot easier.

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