I want to know if anyone else had same problems and how did you solve it. It might help me and many other students here.
I started a few months ago and would do it here and there but just recently decided to go all in and do every project daily. Yes, you’re right in that they don’t explain everything clearly. In a way, that’s good because it forces you to search for the answer. Once you move more into the challenging quizzes and you’re able to solve them on your own (with help from chat/forums) you will feel this sensation and fulfillment that will keep you motivated. When I wake up in the morning, I can’t wait to see what challenge I will deal with next. I have this nature where I HAVE to know how things are working and why it’s working and want to solve problems. But this is just my way of getting motivated. And in my opinion, I think you should just stick with FCC while reading this book. Because you will learn much more by doing than reading.
I feel you jatinder751.
As for solving problems my method is to first break down the problem and work out what i have to do and have i learnt anything that i can use eg if i have to break a string into words i know ill probably require split().Then i used to type some code into the developer console to see if its doing what i want it to do (now i use repl.it as this is piratically like using the dev console) I would use a lot of console.log() as well to show me what each step is producing … rather than writing up the whole code and then finding a error and have to go look for it. So i do a awful lot of debug … if i dont know how to do some part as i havent done some thing similar previously … i google until i find something similar or some example i can change to work for me but only use it when i understand it, so i can use it or adapt it for future use. Its a slow slog but im picking up as i go along.