1 is the answer! In this way we can get immediate practice and feedback with the new JS concepts we are learning.
If you are pairing and using the DevTools while remote, we suggest that you screen share your browser window and increase the size of the text in the DevTools window so that your pair can read your console easily. The following picture is an example of this, where the browser window is full screen, and the DevTools console text has been increased so that it is easy to read:
We suggest that everyone in a pair or group have their browser window open to the relevant LearnHowToProgram.com (LHTP) lesson and their DevTools open to the console tab. When it is time for you to navigate, simply watch your pair's screen share on Discord. When it is time for you to drive, your pair(s) should watch your screen share on Discord while you type in your DevTools console.
You may find a better system that works for you as far as screen-sharing the DevTools console. You could just screen share a window with the devTools, and not share the LHTP lesson. Whatever you do, make sure that your pairs can easily read your console, and remember to switch who's driving and observing regularly.
We can't emphasize this enough: our absolute best advice to you is to always work with your DevTools console open. Let's review why.
Part of becoming proficient with DevTools is using them. This includes actively watching other people use DevTools. It will take time to get a hang of it all, so be patient with yourself, and ask questions when you get stuck. Your questions could be about navigating or using the tools, or about understanding error messages that come up. Don't be shy in speaking up!
As you continue through this section, use this lesson as a reference on how to use the DevTools console. If you are having any issues, share your questions with your cohort and teacher.