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1. Google Chrome
The other thing that Google Chrome introduced is a powerful suite of developer tools. To access them, follow these instructions:
For MacOS, open the Google Chrome browser and choose View > Developer > Developer Tools.
For Windows, hit Ctrl-Shift-I. Developer tools will open in a window to the right of the webpage you're on. After you get there (via either method), you have to click "Console" at the top of the Developer tools window to get to the Console.
This will open the Chrome Developer tools. In the Console, type the following:
Now hit the Enter key on your keyboard. You'll see a pop-up window that says: "Hello World!"
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6. Visual Studio Code
GitHub is the "Facebook of coding." People share code on GitHub like they share photos on Facebook. When you learn to use GitHub, you'll tap into a rich source of learning and support. The GitHub tutorial is an easy introduction to it.