But this already exists.
If I think something may be able to be achieved in JS but I do not have knowledge of a full solution I research..
Where do you think I for example do my research..
This includes looking at standard JS API documentation
Which has hundreds if not thousands of examples of individual functions out there, just waiting.
There are also countless JS tutorials for the beginner.
I'm curious if you think that's the case on this forum. Because I don't think that the people on this site, including myself, who help with JS have that attitude. We try and explain where we can what is going on with the JS that we give out.
But we cannot teach people all the basics. There is not the time in the would to keep doing that.
We cannot say to someone oh I have a solution to that but first let me show you the a-z of basics of JS so that you can follow what comes next. We can plug away at that until you understand enough that we can move on to the next level. What! , Oh no the next level is only to take you to the level just before the level we need to get to because the solution is very advanced JS.
What we do do is give the solution and try to explain it so beginners will understand. And in most cases just be able to use it.
But what happens a lot is someone will want to change the way we did something but does not know how. That's not a problem but sometimes it can drag on unnecessarily because the person asking is not being clear in what they want but also because they are not taking the time to try and learn about a tool that they feel is essential to their work.
This is not limited to JS but Hype its self.