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JavaScript JavaScript Objects Object Basics What is an Object?

Teacher's notes

Are the teacher's notes optional or recommended to follow before the next lesson? i.e. MDN Javascripts object basics

1 Answer

Rick Gleitz
Rick Gleitz
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Hi Steve, The answer to your question is yes. They are optional AND they are recommended. They will enhance your understanding, but you don't have to read them all. Also, if you find you are struggling with something, it helps to go a few videos back to the point where you got confused and look for that extra information to help you get back on track. Hope this helps.

Thanks Rick, I appreciate you taking the time to advise on this. Other people I have talked to on Slack are pretty much saying the same thing so I will make a point of doing this moving forward more.