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Rock Paper Scissors in React vs JavaScript (video)

Ania Kubow
Software Developer and YouTuber, Organizer at GeekGirl Meet-up UK | Beginner JS Tutorials here: youtube.com/aniakubow
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In this video I show you how to code Rock Paper Scissors in React! This is a continuation from my '3 ways to code Rock Paper Scissors in JavaScript' video.

You can find the final code here: https://github.com/kubowania


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Eric A. Kumah • Edited

Hi Ania, I tried to improve upon your code by converting the switch statement to an object. That has led to a much concise length of code plus the flexibility of being able to make changes to the object and the core logic for determining a win, lose, or a draw infinitely easier...

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Ania Kubow Author

Thanks for sharing this Eric! I can't watch the video as its private :(

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Eric A. Kumah

Sorry, I just realized I didn't publish it, and actually this is the first youtube video I've ever made. Please let me know what you think about the code, I'm wildly optimistic about having met the requirement of the paper_scissors_rock game.

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Ania Kubow Author

Oh wow I LOVE that approach!! So cool to see how you have taken the game and applied your own style of coding to it. Very professional :)

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Eric A. Kumah

Thanks :)

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Eric A. Kumah

Nice tutorial, easy to follow.