1)What is “callback hell” and how can it be avoided?

I wasn’t too sure what “callback hell” was so I looked it up. “slang term used to describe and unwieldy number of nested “if” statements or functions.” Way too many callback statements that create a never ending circle of pain…


  1. I believe that would be “409 ConflictThis response is sent when a request conflicts with the current state of the server.”

2. I went searching on the internet and found an article through smashing magazine . which spoke specifically about full-width images in responsive states. They had this code up…


  • What do you find challenging about coding?

Right now, focusing and really devoting all of my time to coding. I think that most of the time I am really following it when I am working with someone but right now I am trying to fully focus on this class.

  • Talk…

I have to make sure that my code isn’t completely tucked into all other code. I like to give it enough space on the top and the bottom before I plug it into the rest of the page.

I am a very organized person. I like to make sure that I am hitting all the points so everything needed is listed and I just have to tick it off. Then I create a mock up of what the app/website should look like.

I need to perfect the art of googling questions.

Right now I feel the most comfortable using VS code or Replit.

I have really been utilizing youtube and tik tok to stay in the know of what’s going on.


  1. An issue caused by coding with complex nested callbacks. each and every callback takes an argument that is a result of the previous callbacks. You can avoid it by event queue and promises.

2. Stubs are functions or programs that affect the behavior of components or modules. …


  1. I believe that would be “409 ConflictThis response is sent when a request conflicts with the current state of the server.”

2. I went searching on the internet and found an article through smashing magazine . which spoke specifically about full-width images in responsive states. They had this code up…


  • What do you find challenging about coding?

Right now, focusing and really devoting all of my time to coding. I think that most of the time I am really following it when I am working with someone but right now I am trying to fully focus on this class.

  • Talk…

  1. Regular Expression. Which is a shortcut for finding patterns in data.

2) forEach() executes a provided function once for each array element. map() -creates a new array with the results of calling a provided function on every element in the calling array. You would use the forEach method when you’re…


  1. Object oriented programming.

2) “We cannot use new with arrow functions. Arrow functions do not have prototype property. We do not have binding of this when an arrow function is invoked through apply or call .”

3) They both result in a function you can call via the symbol foo. One is a function declaration, the other is a function expression. They are evaluated at different times, have different effects on the scope in which they're defined, and are legal in different places.

4) => is best for callbacks. = is best for assigning.

5)let statesArr = [“Nevada”, “California”, “Michigan”];

let [first, second, third] = statesArr;

console.log(first) // “California”

console.log(second) // “Michigan”

console.log(thid) // “Nevada”

6)A closure is the combination of a function bundled together with references to its surrounding state. In other words, a closure gives you access to an outer function’s scope from an inner function.


1)Currently in class we are working on, JSON/Objects & Arrays. JSON is a format for storing and transporting data. JSON is often used when data is sent from a server to a web page. JavaScript arrays are used to store multiple values in a single variable.

2)Function person(){}, var person…

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