- Your programs need to run in Chrome.
- You should only use the libraries that we give you.
- You must give proper attribution to any code that you don’t write yourself. This includes copying lines of code (or even retyping lines of code) from web forums.
Basic rule: you should start with what we give you, and type everything yourself. What you give us must run in the web browser we use for testing. If you didn’t type it, you shouldn’t turn it in.
Your program must run as handed in (no compilation steps). You may not use a transpiler (e.g., Babel, Typescript) to create the files that you hand in for use.
You may not add any new libraries that you did not write. You must use the library files that we provide. You should not change the libraries that we provide unless instructed to do so.