On To The Good Stuff!
Ok, so for the project itself, we are building an online resume builder. I chose to make my resume project based on someone else rather than myself because I didn’t really want to use this template for myself anyways. So who better than to make a resume for than All American Hank Hill from King of The Hill? Here is a picture of my finished project featuring Hank Hill in all his glory selling propane and propane accessories.
Below is a snippet of code showing the job object, variables contained, and the for loop that will go through each job contained in your job object. You then append each one of those variables to the page in reverse order by utilizing the variables you’ve created and the ones on helper.js that were given to you with the HTML and CSS formatting.
Wrapping My Head Around The Whole Thing
It’s quite simple when you look at it with total understanding of what you are doing and how the project actually comes together from the different parts. However, I can remember when first starting on the project being completely puzzled as to how each thing worked and why we were doing it the way we were. I think what threw me off the most is that creating this resume in the way the project requires seemed counter-intuitive to me. I could have just as easily (or much easier, actually) created this resume with just HTML and CSS. But it was a useful project to teach me some useful scenarios for looping through objects and arrays.
Overall, The Online Resume Builder for Project Two was a success! On to the next one…