# Programming by Stealth

Programming by Stealth is an on-going collaborative project between this blog and Allison Sheridan’s Chit Chat Across the Pond podcast. The idea is to sneak up on real programming in small easy steps, using the allure of the web as the carrot to entice people forward.

Each instalment consists of a tutorial-style blog post here, written by myself, and a matching episode of Chit Chat Across the Pond where I walk Allison through the material, and she asks me lots of questions.

## Search the Series

Listener Dorothy has created an index of the topics covered in each instalment which you can find here.

## The Instalments to Date

- PBS 1 of X – Introduction
- PBS 2 of X – Introducing HTML
- PBS 3 of X – HTML Block Elements
- PBS 4 of X – HTML In-line Elements
- PBS 5 of X – Images & Links
- PBS 6 of X – Introducing CSS
- PBS 7 of X – More CSS
- PBS 8 of X – CSS Positioning
- PBS 9 of X – More CSS Positioning
- PBS 10 of X – Yet More CSS
- PBS 11 of X – Tables
- PBS 12 of X – Introducing JavaScript
- PBS 13 of X – JS Conditionals
- PBS 14 of X – JS Loops & Arrays
- PBS 15 of X – JS Functions
- PBS 16 of X – JS Callbacks
- PBS 17 of X – JS Objects
- PBS 18 of X – JS Miscellany
- PBS 19 of X – Some JavaScript Challenges
- PBS 20 of X – JS in the Browser
- PBS 21 of X – jQuery Basics
- PBS 22 of X – jQuery Events
- PBS 24 of x – Creating a JavaScript API
- PBS 25 of x – A Case Study (bartificer.linkToolkit.js)
- PBS 26 of x – HTML Data Attributes with jQuery
- PBS 27 of x – JS Prototype Revision | HTML Forms
- PBS 28 of x – JS Prototype Revision | CSS Attribute Selectors & Buttons
- PBS 29 of x – JS Prototype Revision | Glyph Icons
- PBS 30 of x – Comparing JS Objects | Introducing WAI-ARIA
- PBS 31 of x – JS Static Functions | Checkboxes & Radio Buttons
- PBS 32 of x – JS Error Handling Revision | HTML Selects
- PBS 33 of x – JS Testing with QUnit
- PBS 34 of x – More JS Testing with QUnit
- PBS 35 of x – HTML Text Input | Introducing ‘Life’
- PBS 36 of x – More HTML Text Input | More Cellular Automata
- PBS 37 of x – JSDoc Demo
- PBS 38 of x – Taking Stock
- PBS 39 of x – HTML5 Form Validation
- PBS 40 of x – HTML5 Custom Validations with jQuery
- PBS 41 of x – Form Events
- PBS 42 of x – Playing the Game of Life
- PBS 43 of x – Introducing JavaScript ES6
- PBS 44 of x – ES6 Arguments & Objects
- PBS 45 of x – ES6 Arrays & Strings
- PBS 46 of x – ES6 Spread Operator, Arrow Functions & Classes
- PBS 47 of x – ES6 Polymorphism
- PBS 48 of x – A Closer Look at ‘this’ and ‘static’
- PBS 49 of x — Improving Our Cellular Automata
- PBS 50 of x — A Worked Example (Object Explorer)
- PBS 51 of x — Cellular Automata Wrap-up
- PBS 52 of X — Introducing Bootstrap 4
- PBS 53 of X — Bootstrap Utilities
- PBS 54 of X — More Bootstrap Utilities
- PBS 55 of X — Bootstrap Content
- PBS 56 of X — More Bootstrap Content
- PBS 57 of X — The Bootstrap Grid
- PBS 58 of X — Bootstrap Breakpoints
- PBS 59 of X — More Bootstrap Breakpoints
- PBS 60 of X — Bootstrap & jQuery
- PBS 61 of X — Bootstrap Jumbotrons & Badges
- PBS 62 of X — A Basic Bootstrap Form
- PBS 63 of X — Bootstrap Buttons

## Credits

The Ninja character in the centre of the logo is from the Ninja Things icon set by Carlo Eduardo Rodríguez Espino, which he generously released under a free license.