JSRobot

Learn to code in JavaScript by playing a game 🤖

#3 Product of the WeekNovember 27, 2017
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.Control a robot to collect coins and reach the end of a level by learning to code in JavaScript

Reviews

  • soreq
    soreqhumanitarian. technologist.
    Pros: 

    Until better languages compiled to web-assembly appear it gets a set of proven educational techniques right. Live feedback, fun, exercises.

    Cons: 

    Suggestion for next iteration: core, minimal, high level //comments in plain english, to offer a leg up in key OOP concepts. 5th tab maybe.

    Not for purists, but then this wasn't made for purists, never mind that purists would unlikely use JS at all. Not a con. It opens up JS coding to anyone. Couldn't fit this in the Pros. This is Education by the hand. Well done!

    soreq has used this product for one day.
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  • Egor Smetanin
    Egor SmetaninDigital Marketer
    Pros: 

    отличный способ научиться js

    Cons: 

    no function «skip level»

    waiting for new levels

    Egor Smetanin has used this product for one day.

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Dre Durr💡
Dre Durr💡@dredurr · Growth is the only thing that matters
Very clever! I am new to JS! I find this very helpful. I wish I had it 6 months ago. Dope🚬🚬
Saurabh Hooda
Saurabh Hooda@hooda · Co-founder, Hackr.io
@reaalk Nice tutorial, Reaal. Please feel free to submit it to our community recommended best JavaScript courses and tutorial list: https://hackr.io/tutorials/learn...
Sven Al Hamad
Sven Al Hamad@svenalhamad · Tech guy, entrepreneur, ♥ open source.
Love it ... the visuals are awesome. Reminds me of the games I've played 20 years ago :). Good work! I'm sure a lot of young minds will have fun and most importantly learn a useful skill.
Mac Connolly
Mac Connolly@macconnollyco · Co-Founder / CEO, Agentless
This is great! Any way to skip levels (or select subjects from a list) for people who are already somewhat familiar with JS?
Saif Al Falah
Saif Al Falah@saifalfalah · JavaScript Developer
@macconnollyco Clicking on the Level 1 button does change the levels.
Gary Wu
Gary Wu@gary_wu · CEO @ theta.education
Very very cool.