Help with code editor for JS course

Help with code editor for JS course
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#1

I am taking the JS Certification and am on the 1st course: Basic JS. My problem, that I’m hoping you can help with, is that I cannot see the results of my code, only whether I passed or not for each lesson in the FCC code editor.

How can I see the results OR how do I copy the code and see it in another editor like JSFiddle?
Thanks!


#2

If you want to see your console logs, you can open your browser’s dev tools. Otherwise you can just copy and paste it int JSFiddle, repl.it, JSBin, or anything else.


#3

You can use JSFiddle or Codepen.

Or use your editor of choice, open the JS file in tandum in your browser and open the console (shift+ctrl+j)


#4

I use repl.it, minimum hassle!.


#5

As already mentioned above, any online interactive editor will work (JSBin, JSFiddle, repl, plnkr, etc).

Or, using Node.js will also work. It’ll require a bit more setup on your local computer, but once you have Node.js installed, it’ll simulate a real-word coding environment more. Using Node.js with your favorite local text editor is what I’d personally recommend doing (VS Code and Sublime Text 3 are good free cross-platform editors).