So I’m a beginner to JS, and coding in general, and I just reached the intermediate front-end projects stage, so I’m about to start my quote machine project soon. But I decided that before I did that, I’d try to study up more about JS from other sources, mainly to understand the bits I didn’t understand or wasn’t taught in the FCC course. Especially the JSON / API lessons, where I barely learned anything since the lessons were too vague and simply gave us the code to use instead of actually teaching anything. I’m having trouble with JSON and JS Objects, and one thing I really don’t understand is the ‘this’ keyword. I can’t find a good explanation for it anywhere, so I’ve come here to ask you guys to give me your explanation of the ‘this’ keyword. Plus, I’d highly appreciate a simple, easy-to-understand explanation of JSON and APIs.