The DOM. Forgot to throw in the main info about the DOM I learned yesterday in last night’s blog:
- The Document Object Model is a representation of the current view of the browser, and can be manipulated without reloading a page.
- The HTML is the text in a file first used to display the page.
This small portion of text cleared up what the DOM is after a long time of not truly knowing.
I didn’t get as much done tonight as I had wanted. I started late and didn’t stay focused so it’s all my fault. I spent too much time messing with how my terminal/editor looks. I decided on using zsh with Oh My Zsh and a Powerlevel9k theme. It’s pretty sweet. All sourced from this post I saw on Reddit. Now that I have a solid config at some point I’m sure I’ll mess with it more to make it more custom to me. However, I’ve already done a few minor things like changing the ArchLinux logo and text to Ubuntu. It’s pretty cool though. I can see what branch I’m working on if there are uncommitted files if there are committed files waiting to be pushed, the time, the battery left on my laptop. I can extend these features more too, which I’m sure I’ll do someday.
node_modules folder for global installs was on my computer. I ended up running across it as a comment on a Stack Overflow post.
Time spent today: 1:59
Time spent total: 331:00
Lessons completed today: 3
Lessons completed total: 532