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cannonau24179dHi bubbles, try some of the great courses on codecademy.com for example, you'll get everything in order soon enough.
Don't worry, you're not stupid, you just need to practice more so you'll learn the different patterns and how to recognize them.
The importance of serialization is that you can send a string, but not an object or array, over the internet or store it in a file. The importance of in-memory representation of arrays without using strings is that it is much much faster.
@cannonau I just need to practice but it doesnt help when I cant grasp it or find other ways to do it outside the original way I was introduced with, i feel like it's more or less looking up different ways of doing it, picking one and doing stuff like that. But I want to for once figure out how to do it my own way
jeeper484079dJust breathe and read W3 Schools. Half of JS it keeping your mind around why it might exist and that it’s original paradigm was prototype. From there it’s a bit of rote memorization of methods and a lot of searching “how to ____ in js” because there’s often a lot of ways to do something. Also focus on ES6 syntax. ES5 is more awkward and confusing.
Js powers the web in a lot of was so when you might be feeling overwhelmed just remember this language is broad enough to do tons of stuff. So you have to take it bit by bit.
LuPaw67179d@Bubbles Altough your idea is great about doing things your own way:
Humans learn from mimicking others. If you do that over and over again one day you will be able to do ‚your own‘ solutions. It takes practice and effort. And by mimicking others that already have that practice you will get there aswell eventually.
jeeper484078d@Bubbles might be time to step it up a bit and take a good, well reviewed course on Udemy when they go on sale for 10.99 or 9.99 each. They go on sale like once a month. Just sort by highest reviews, or just search about each teacher first.
There’s also skill share if you like a subscription model.
Paid courses are a lot more in-depth usually. Even if it’s cheap
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