Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Using realistic assets, part of Learning CoffeeScript.
…So far, we've been working with a pretty bare-bones HTML page.…We've created a pretty realistic workflow.…But in the rest of the course, I wanted to use more realistic assets.…Although this course is primarily about the basis of CoffeeScript syntax, I think…it will be useful to see how it can be applied to real projects.…So I've created this simple single page HTML document.…You can see that it just has a few images, as…well as a nice CSS layout that I developed in Sass.…So let me go through this page and some of the changes that I…had to make from just a very basic HTML document into a more realistic project.…
First of all, the index.html file is obviously more complex.…It just has a lot more content than it used to.…In addition to that, there's a special item right at the top…of the page that is a div with an id of content.…This is going to be my target.…And right now, it's this headline right here.…And I'm already pushing some things with CoffeeScript into it.…So you'll see me do that more and more in the next few movies.…
- What is CoffeeScript?
- Setting up a project with Gulp.js
- Adding CoffeeScript to your workflow
- Dealing with array ranges
- Working with conditional statements
- Using loops
- Working with splats