Category Archives: OOP

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming paradigm that represents concepts as “objects” that have data fields (attributes that describe the object) and associated procedures known as methods. ( Wikipedia )

Five Hundred Card Game Flow Tutorial

Sometimes web applications need that “modal” quality that the Javascript popup boxes, specifically our use of the window.alert([information]) Javascript popup window for the Five Hundred Card Game. The reason is that given the Javascript client side’s lack of a true … Continue reading

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Five Hundred Card Game Bidding Tutorial

We’re introducing another Card Game into the mix of the Draw Poker and Pontoon functionality from the Draw Poker Card Game Bidding Tutorial of a couple of days back. That card game is Five Hundred, and if you know this … Continue reading

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Draw Poker Card Game Bidding Tutorial

Yesterday’s Pontoon Card Game Bidding Tutorial added a “bidding” functionality part to our Pontoon Card Game web application, and set us to thinking of introducing another card game into the mix that capitalises on the potential synergies with Pontoon, and … Continue reading

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Pontoon Card Game Bidding Tutorial

Today we are adding an optional bidding functionality part to the “Pontoon Card Game” web application started with yesterday’s Pontoon Card Game Primer Tutorial. The concept of a “bid” in a card game can be thought of as either … … Continue reading

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Pontoon Card Game Primer Tutorial

Today’s Pontoon (sometimes known as Blackjack) Card Game web application has no “instanceof” operator usage as yesterday’s Javascript instanceof Food Emoji Guessing Game Tutorial did, but the Object Oriented Programming (or OOP) connections with the Javascript is very strong today, … Continue reading

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Javascript instanceof Food Emoji Guessing Game Tutorial

There are a few salient points behind today’s “Food Emoji Guessing Game” augmenting yesterday’s Javascript instanceof Object Oriented Programming Tutorial attempt to make “instanceof” a part of your life. Like, why aren’t you taking “instanceof” to the zoo today? After … Continue reading

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Javascript instanceof Object Oriented Programming Tutorial

To understand the Javascript instanceof operator is to “get” a whole lot of what Object Oriented Programming (or OOP) is about. You’ve got your concept of a Class which is like a “blueprint” for describing the characteristics (data members) and … Continue reading

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Ants Up a Wall Game Primer Tutorial

We’d like to thank the brick wall inspiration of this very useful link we talked about yesterday with CSS Style Display and Visibility Tall Poppies Tutorial for the reason to take on our “Ants Up a Wall” game today. Today, … Continue reading

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