Building To-Do List App Using Vanilla JavaScript For Absolute Beginners

Preview of our To-Do app

The best way to learn something is by doing. In this tutorial, we will be building a To-Do List app using pure JavaScript. If you are a beginner and tired of studying from boring theoretical tutorials then you are in a right place because here we will practically build this To-Do app from scratch. Don’t worry I have explained each and every step to develop our To-do…

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Surya Shakti

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Computer Science Student, Front-end developer, love photography and paintings, now a blogger too i guess.

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