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Hello World for JavaScript with npm modules in the browser

Ok. So when I started writing JavaScript the world was a very simple place. You’d just open up a html file, write a JavaScript tag, and them boom — you are running JavaScript.

<script>
console.log(“Hello!”);
</script>

We’ll things have changed. I haven’t programmed JavaScript regularly in the last few years and I feel like a JavaScript Rip Van Winkle. All the rules have changed. And no one seems to agree on anything. It’s not even clear where to start.

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Jeremy Keeshin

Jeremy Keeshin

CEO and co-founder at @CodeHS // Author Read Write Code // previously founded the Flipside

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