- Visual Studio Code
- Mozilla Firefox
Note: Any Browser will do, though Google Chrome or Mozilla firefox are recommended.
prompt-example // name of the folder --index.html --app.js
Running the Code
If you are using Visual Studio code then you can simply make use of ‘live-server’ extension which updates the code in real-time. Try entering different details(ages):
Name: Mukul Age: 22
Name: Ram Age: 18
Name: Sneha Age: 61
The above example gives you an idea about how we can make use of prompt/alert/confirm. Though this example is simple, it can still be modified in many ways. I want you to try implementing your own example.
- Node.js prompt.get() Method
- Node.js prompt.addProperties() Method
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- HTML Course | Structure of an HTML Document
- HTML Course | First Web Page | Printing Hello World
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