The reward for taking time to go over the previous lesson in the module is that the next one becomes more understandable.
Today I learned … to not rush.
It may be tempting to skip over the tough bits in the hope that all will be made clear, but learning something complicated is about baby steps. Not everything will sink in, or stay around for the long haul, but it’s more important to learn how something is done than how to do it.
That may sound contradictory, but learning how something is done puts you in the mindset of how the language works. This, in turn, makes it a little less complicated when trying to figure out how to achieve something new in the future.
Today’s lesson was about using arrays to create dynamic lists, with the challenge being to combine that process with a button that also uses a dynamic array to populate that list.
Baby steps teach us how this is done. How you want to do it is entirely up to you.