and is best known as the scripting language for Web pages, but it’s used in many non-browser environments as well.
So buckle up will get to that i promise.
In Chrome one of the places we can do that is the developer console. To get here we can right click on the mouse and go to Inspect element then Console, we can also select the chrome menu icon Menu>More Tools>Developer tools and there is a shortcut Ctr+Alt+J (or F12) on the keyboard.
So in the next part we will demonstrate how to write JS in separate file that we can then include in an HTML file and get to run in the browser. So rather to write the code in to the console which only exists until we refresh the page or close the window we can now get things to persist and save in a file.