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Alright ninjas, so I think it’s about time I introduced you to JavaScript events in this tutorial. JavaScript events dictate how and when our scripts are executed, and introduce the whole concept of interactivity on our web pages.

For example, when the window loads, that’s an event which could fire some code. When a user clicks on a button, that’s an event that could fire some code. YOUR job as a JavaScript developer is to write code that reacts to these events to create that interactivity.

Any questions, fire away :).

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  1. Hey, Shaun do you have plans for advanced JS courses in the mix, as you've mentioned in this video? Or can i find advanced JS concepts in any of your other video series? Thanks a ton

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