Hi guys! I’m sort of hitting a wall with JS. I’ve been using flash cards for terms, watching supplemental content to try and understand things better, and taking(and passing) various logic tests along the way as well. But I seem to get stuck in the classic “My code is broken and I don’t understand” and/or “My code is working and I don’t understand” thought loop.
Maybe part of it is that when the curriculum shifted, I dropped JS to finish up the new HTML/CSS content. I want to be a front end developer eventually so I figured it was important, but maybe I shot myself in the foot when I lost that momentum on JS. Perhaps I should just redo the entire Basic JS section? Is there a more beneficial approach to the curriculum anyone has experienced? Maybe this is more of a philosophical question than a logical question haha.