And honestly, I think ES6 and up is far prettier and cleaner.
Anyway, today is another day chalked up to reading. I've bookmarked a few sites that I feel will be useful when I return to converting my main project to modules. However, I think I need to settle back and just LEARN some shit; get a good handle on those things that I have limited experience with. Like classes. And constructors. For example, what the hell is 'super()'? What the hell does the 'call' method really do? There's a lot I'm left learning about on my own as it wasn't explained very well or avoided altogether in my certification course.
I keep going back and forth between studying what I need to learn and writing and editing code. Rather than learn a thing and get all excited about implementing that thing before I thoroughly understand the thing, I need to sit with the thing to at least get a good handle of the thing so I actually know what I'm doing with the thing. Because right now, I feel like I really know and understand about 40% of what I'm doing, and I'm guessing the rest of the time.
Oh, and if you didn't pick up on it, the title is a play on Bassnectar's 'Upside Down.'