Here is a run-down of what happened this week following the Tuesday class:
Thursday: jQuery Codecademy review
Friday: reviewed class lecture on Google Drive
Saturday: stared at pseudo code, used YouTube as a resource
Sunday: felt confident, reviewed gallery pseudo code, felt stressed, emailed instructor, desperately emailed 2 classmates for help, met up with 1 classmate, did my best to throw something together, felt defeated
Ultimately, my goal was to meet the deadline, but I became frustrated when I could not figure out how to get my buttons to work. One of the biggest lessons learned from this week’s assignment is that there is not a right way to create a finished product. I believe that my biggest mistake was overthinking that I was not doing the assignment the right way. There are so many ways to get to the final product!
Glad to hear your spirits are still high! You did well and these feelings are all natural.
To answer your question, it’s generally preferred to separate each language into its own file for ease of reading and updating — as well as abstracting different pieces to use across files (e.g. CSS and JS).