JavaScript Tutorial – Code Your Own Jeopardy Game

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In this tutorial for beginners, you will improve your JavaScript skills by coding two word games.

✏️ Ania Kubow developed this course. Check out her channel:

💻 Word Association:
💻 Jeopardy:

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00) Introduction
⌨️ (1:30) Word Association Game
⌨️ (49:51) Jeopardy Game

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27 thoughts on “JavaScript Tutorial – Code Your Own Jeopardy Game”

    1. @Code with Ania Kubów you’re welcome and thank you for these amazing contents ❤️

  1. Universe Code

    2 projects … 2 great possibilities to learn something cool … 1 great Developer, Ania 😊

  2. Thank you for another episode of the series “improve your IT skills with Daenerys Targaryen”. Let’s become an IT dragon.

  3. Double Slit Photon

    The Mother of Dragons is teaching us JS!!
    Can’t ask for anything better.

  4. Keep up creating those content I like learning true projects that inspire me to create something 😀 Thanks

  5. cloud tsukamo

    Love the tutorial! Just finished it up.
    A question: Is there a way to disable to other button in the question upon clicking one? although cheating isn’t really possible since the score is subtracted upon clicking a wrong answer,(and clicking the right one after would just negate it) there is always the possibility of the reverse: the user clicking the right one first then misclicking the wrong one.
    I think it’d be better if the other button could be disabled outright after choosing one and not have to rely on score subtraction. Is there a way to do this with the way the project currently is set up? Thanks in advance for any answers!

  6. unkn0wn Rαge

    I Remember doing all your videos about vanilla js and games 4x to get good.

  7. Next year i’m gonna Start my CSE course in a University and i think this Channel will be a blessing for me. 🖤🖤

  8. Tribulations solo

    I don’t get why but “card.setAttribute(‘data-value’, card.getInnerHTML())” gives me an error: “Uncaught TypeError: card.getInnerHTML is not a function”
    As I couldn’t find an other way to get the number written to give a value to data-value I simply changed it in the if:
    if (question.level == ‘easy’) {
    card.innerHTML = 100
    card.setAttribute(‘data-value’, 100)

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