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Implementing a Word Game with Patterns and React

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John Lindquist
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In the previous section, 07 Building Light Search Box, we implemented a search box with the pattern that we've built in this course. This works great but doesn't have as much business logic applied as other async scenarios.

In this section, we will implement a word game where the values coming in from the user will be piped to different listeners to be consumed. Along the way, complex business logic will be applied to determine if the user won the game or not.

You're in Section 08, the last of Composing Closures and Callbacks in JavaScript

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    I learned so much from this, it's a course that I'll no doubt revisit again, and again

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    Wow. Speechless. It's a whole new world. So glad I found this guy. Thanks, John! Appreciate you!

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39m • 13 lessons

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