Coding All-in-One For Dummies
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With your research finished, it’s time to find the best solution. If multiple solutions exist for each step, you now need to choose one. To help you choose, weigh each of your multiple solutions across a variety of factors, such as these:
  • Functionality: Will the code you write or the prebuilt solution you found do everything you need?
  • Documentation: Is there documentation for the prebuilt solution, like instructions or a manual, that is well written with examples?
  • Community and support: If something goes wrong while writing your code, is there a community you can turn to for help? Similarly, does the prebuilt solution have support options you can turn to if needed?
  • Ease of implementation: Is implementation as simple as copying a few lines of code? Or is a more complex setup or an installation of other supporting software necessary?
  • Price: Every solution has a price, whether it is the time spent coding your own solution or the money paid for someone else’s prebuilt code. Think carefully about whether your time or your money is more important to you at this stage.

W3Schools is a good resource for help with your coding. They offer online tutorials which cover an abundance of coding topics.

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This All-in-One includes work by expert coders and coding educators, including Chris Minnick and Eva Holland coauthors of Coding with JavaScript For Dummies; Nikhil Abraham, author of Coding For Dummies and Getting a Coding Job For Dummies; John Paul Mueller and Luca Massaron, coauthors of Python for Data Science For Dummies and Machine Learning For Dummies; and Barry Burd, author of Flutter For Dummies.

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