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Very good and helpful advice, but for the Editor, I would suggest Notepad ++ as well as with Chrome Developer Tools.
IDEs only if we will make a large program on an order or we really work as a software developer.
With the IDE, the syntax repair process is automatically carried out and the library addition process will be fulfilled without us knowing why that is.
Other by using Notepad ++, all the creation process is done manually and if there is a deadlock, we will try to find a reference guide and what is often done is to MDN or Stack Overflow and others like you mentioned above and it is very exciting for us as a hobby.

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