Join Leigh Lawhon for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Web Portfolio Projects: Sortable Table and Arrays.
If you want to use another browser, make sure your browser is compatible with ES6 by looking at a compatibility table, like the one I included in the Links file. For this course, we'll need to load a JSON file, and in order to avoid cores issues when we do that, we'll need to run our files with a web server. Web servers can be set up in several ways. You can use MAMP, XAMP, or WAMP. You can also use a runtime system like Node. But, since I'm using Chrome, I'll use a plugin called Web Server for Chrome. You can find the link in the Links file.
I'll navigate to the Chrome Web Store. You'll see a Ad app here, but I have a Launch app. I'll click on Launch App, that brings up an interface where I can choose a folder, select, and then I just click on the link to the web server URL. And you'll see that brings up my app.
- Sorting your table efficiently
- Filtering null values and sorting nodes
- Sorting algorithms, including merge sort and insertion sort
- Performance testing
- Creating your own algorithm
- Design components
- Adding icons