Well, for writing programs, we would need some text editor/code editor, and you are free to use any text editor/code editor, that you are already familiar with.
Also, talking about where we are going to see the output, most probably, you have that thing in your computers, or laptops already, and that thing is called a browser(at least in our case).
So, there are basically two concerns –
- Where am I going to see the outputs?
Let’s first briefly answer concern number 1 –
There are many other IDEs or text editors/code editors available, like Visual Studio Code, Atom, sublime text editor, etc and you can use any IDE or text editor, that you are comfortable with. If you wish to follow us throughout the course, you can try using Visual Studio Code.
There are many advantages of using an Integrated Development Environment –
- The code is colored so that we can understand it better.
- There are some extensions like Live server, which we are going to use.
- Code auto-completion.
- Errors in the code are easy to be determined.
And a few other advantages… but these are enough… if you have not installed the IDE, you can download it from here → https://code.visualstudio.com/download
Ok, so the first concern seems to be clear as of now. Now, let’s get to the next concern, which is, where can we see the output?
So, as stated earlier again, you most probably already have that thing, where we are going to see the outputs, and that thing is called a browser (at least in our case). So, basically, we are going to see the outputs on the browser.
So, now you have the answers to both the concerns. Now, let’s get started.