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April 13, 2019 at 12:16pm
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June 18, 2019 at 10:31am
how to run java script or react on my laptop
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ie what are the required tools
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Hi, Bhaskara
The only thing you need is a compatible browser in order to run JavaScript or React (and many other things) on Scrimba.
For example, if you follow the React tutorials (https://scrimba.com/g/glearnreact), everything should be set for you to work with - no external installs or requirements.
Same goes for creating your own work space. If you're logged in, just create a new work space by clicking the + icon near your profile picture and select an environment template (JavaScript, React, Angular etc.). From there you're good to go!
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i will try now
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yes working thank you
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June 19, 2019 at 1:09pm
if i want to run in my system ,js,,jsx,react js . what to install plz let me know
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if i want to run in my system ,js,,jsx,react js . what to install plz let me know
You can run JavaScript files by downloading a text editor such as Sublime or Atom, and then create a file with a .js extension that is partnered it up with a .html file. You can then open the HTML file in your browser which will run your JavaScript code.
To use JSX and React.js, you'll need to first:
  1. Install Node.js (see this video tutorial)
  2. And then install React.js - (see this video tutorial) which will also give you access to JSX.
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June 20, 2019 at 5:20am
thank you Brother
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June 20, 2019 at 12:55pm
How can I add some courses to my favourites to pick up where I left when I come back?
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How can I add some courses to my favourites to pick up where I left when I come back?
Unfortunately, there is no save to favourites functionality at this time. The current way to return to where you last left off is to utilize the continue watching section in the home page when you are logged in. Though this method is only shows 12 of your most recent unfinished casts.
Definitely a feature we hope to roll out, so we'll let you know!
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Unfortunately, there is no save to favourites functionality at this time. The current way to return to where you last left off is to utilize the continue watching section in the home page when you are logged in. Though this method is only shows 12 of your most recent unfinished casts.
Definitely a feature we hope to roll out, so we'll let you know!
Thanks 👍
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July 13, 2019 at 4:38am
Can i Make node.js course , and when we can enable terminal
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July 14, 2019 at 12:13pm
Can i Make node.js course , and when we can enable terminal
Not at the moment since there is no user server-side access on Scrimba at this current time. Maybe in the future!
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July 23, 2019 at 10:15am
I hope it's not too impolite if I just registered and dropping in with questions?
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I am trying to reproduce Per's CSS tutorial on responsive grid :D - it looked really great. But I can't reproduce it on my computer. Some images just won't flow!
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July 24, 2019 at 2:30am
I am trying to reproduce Per's CSS tutorial on responsive grid :D - it looked really great. But I can't reproduce it on my computer. Some images just won't flow!
No problem at all, welcome! Are you using Scrimba to reproduce this? If so could you please link your work space and I'll will have a look for you.
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August 8, 2019 at 7:35pm
Scrimba is the future!!!
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August 22, 2019 at 9:50pm
I keep losing my content. I'm in the middle of a course and engaged in doing a complex example. I take a break and when I return the changed content is gone. I saved it, the session still appeared to be active but all my editing is not there. Really annoying (using latest Firefox)
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August 23, 2019 at 3:54am
I keep losing my content. I'm in the middle of a course and engaged in doing a complex example. I take a break and when I return the changed content is gone. I saved it, the session still appeared to be active but all my editing is not there. Really annoying (using latest Firefox)
Hi, Mel
Sorry to hear about the issue. Is your device go into sleep mode when you take a break?
There is an issue that was created regarding a similar problem. Does this issue pertain to your scenario?
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What if you open up the Notes section (right sidebar). Do you not see your note there?
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Yes my Mac goes into sleep mode while I’m away. My content is not in the notes panel as it is during the session. The corse
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The course is also reset to the start of the current chapter
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Not sure if this is related but if I refresh the browser I get a pop-up saying I need to pay for the course (I already paid). However this does not stop me going forward.
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