Self-Reflection for JavaScript Workshop

I am very thankful to Preeti Mam for arranging such a great Workshop for us and Vimal Daga Sir for conducting it and providing a lot of knowledge.


  • >Browser is a interpreter which runs code and shows or process output on screen. We can debug from browser also.
  • >An event refers to an action or occurrence that happens in the system you are programming.

-> Directly run the javascript code by writing it directly in the search bar of Browser as an alert(‘Hii velez’).

  • > The syntax of print statement in JavaScript is as follows:-
    document.write <variable/string>
  • > A JavaScript framework is a collection of JavaScript libraries that provide a collection of functions. for example- ReactJs, AngularJs, Vue.js
  • > <div> tag is used for defining division or sections. ID is an attribute used for labeling the sections.
  • > getElementById() is used to select a element by using its id and innerHTML is used to get the content of a respective element.
  • > responsiveVoice.speak(“Hello World”) function is used to speak in JavaScript.


  • > Alert box, confirm box and prompt box are supported by javascript.
  • > The Browser Object Model (BOM) is a browser-specific convention referring to all the objects exposed by the web browser. The BOM allows JavaScript to “interact with” the browser.
  • > AJAX stands for asynchronous javascript and XML. When we have multiple functions in our page and these functions are interacting with the backend and may differ in output timings we need a way that this process works in parallel while the user can do other things on the web page.
  • > XMLHttpRequest() can be used to send request using Javascript.
  • > A request is a message sent by the client to the webserver. At the request of the client-server response.
  • > With the fetch() function, we can make GET and POST requests to different URLs.
  • > GET is used to request data from a specified resource.
  • > POST is used to send data to a server to create/update a resource.
  • > <pre> is used to print the data in the same format as it is sent to the frontend.




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