Additionally, it can be helpful to find a mentor or join a coding group to help you stay motivated and get feedback on your work. You can also join online forums and ask questions to experienced developers. Finally, don’t be afraid to experiment and make mistakes – it’s the best way to learn!
Debugging problems while working with JS can be tricky. Here’s a few tips when troubleshooting: use the console to print out variable values and watch out for changes while coding; read error messages carefully and trace back their source (where did it come from?); make sure all syntax is correct; use developer tools in browsers such as Chrome’s DevTools; create test files isolating certain parts of code to isolate bugs; use break points and step into code using debugging tools; read stack overflow posts and blog posts from experienced developers.