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Just Javascript Bridge Card Game Primer Tutorial

“Commonalities and differences” is a strategy for code development. A good enough guinea pig and you can shape it into something “similar, but different”. The 500 card game of recent times has code to shape into a Bridge card game … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Early Complete Exit Tutorial

Yesterday’s Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Early Exit Tutorial talked of … “Early Exit” from a “round” of 500 card game play that contributes to, depending on how competitive you make these things, scoring towards that 500 (or -500 … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Early Exit Tutorial

Onto yesterday’s Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère Progress Bar Tutorial progress, barring setbacks … tee hee … we want to further progress towards a mode of use that goes … 500 card game … like “04.0,Robert Metcalfe[rmetcalfe15@gmail.com;rmetcalfe41@gmail.com], … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère Progress Bar Tutorial

Even with yesterday’s Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère All Local Tutorial, it may not seem like it, but we have been beavering away keeping the 500 card game “status area” giving relevant information. Today we load it … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère All Local Tutorial

You may be new to this “500 card game” web application work of yesterday’s Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère Wording Tutorial, in which case it may be that we need to reiterate information about the game’s workings … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère Wording Tutorial

With our 500 card game web application of yesterday’s Just Javascript Five Hundred Card Game Open Misère Tutorial the bidding of Misère and Open Misère bring an unusual dilemma to do with email communication. Even though we hate to confuse … Continue reading

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Course Flyer via Components Primer Tutorial

If you’re like me, you’ll have many flyers come into your “radar” over the course of the day … the week … etcetera etcetera etcetera. Many of these receive scant attention, as they often come with other junk “snail” mail. … Continue reading

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