1. Setting Up Your Environment
Comments: Comments are non-executable lines that help you document your code. They provide insights into your thought process and make your code more understandable for you and others who might read it.
3. Control Structures: Navigating Decision Making and Repetition
Conditional Statements: Use
else if, and
else to create logical conditions that guide your program's behavior.
Loops: With loops like
while, you can perform a set of instructions repeatedly, making your code more efficient and dynamic.
4. Functions: Organizing Code for Reusability
5. Arrays and Objects: Managing Data Collections
Arrays: An ordered list of values, indexed from zero, that can store a mix of data types.
Objects: Key-value pairs that represent entities and their properties.
6. DOM Manipulation: Making Web Pages Interactive
Events and Event Handling: Attach event listeners to elements to respond to user interactions.
- Online tutorials and courses on platforms like Codecademy, freeCodeCamp, and MDN Web Docs.
- Active online communities and forums where you can ask questions and share your progress.