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My Personalize Summary
Ok. I finally made it to another project that I completed entirely by myself.
Well, I completed it with just a bit of help from Google.
But, I didn't have to use the instructor's video solution.
Once I saw what we were going to build, I took one look and realized that it was just the time, which I knew I could retrieve using the Date() object.
The rest, I figured, was just some CSS manipulation and a method call on the Date() object to just show the time.
Then, I just wrapped my code in a Window.setInterval() method to show the date every one second to make sure the seconds displayed correctly.
New Things Learned or Refreshed
As I stated in the summary above, I coded the entire project by myself.
So, I didn't learn anything new.
But, as always, I had to refresh myself on how to retrieve only the local time from the Date() object.
Once I googled my way to the MDN documentation, every thing else became a breeze.
Oh, well, I also had to do a bit of refreshing on the CSS margin property.
What can I say?
This stuff can escape you pretty fast if you do use it every day.
Time to Code
This project took me about 30 minutes to complete on my own.
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