Let’s learn about this!
And objects. No really, let’s. Because I did this two weeks back and I need a review. This should take 6–8 hours.
First, watch these videos by one of my very favorite JS resources, Mattias P. Johansson. (And later on, find time to watch all his other videos — he’s highly entertaining, very human, and also super nice on social media.) No need to code along.
Then read chapters 1 and 2 of this book by another one of my favorites, Kyle Simpson. You may, like me, feel both dumber and smarter after reading Kyle’s material, but that’s okay — he knows his stuff and it’ll be worth it. I like to code along with the examples Kyle provides, but you don’t have to.
Now, code along with Mary while she makes a fun little game. She moves fast and you may have to stop the video every few minutes to catch up. After you’ve got all your code written and working, watch the video again while adding comments to your code about what every single thing is and what it’s doing. You’ll learn more in this second run-through than you could catch in the first, trust me.
There, now you’re an expert! Okay, not really — but you learned some stuff, right? BOOM.