In this lesson, students will learn:
An object is a collection of properties (related data and/or functionality (which usually consists of several variables and function)s — which are called properties and methods when they are inside objects.)
Properties are variables that belong to objects. You can give them any name you like. and any values: numbers, strings, Booleans, arrays, or even other objects. But unlike variables, a value is assigned with a colon, not an equal sign.
Use the object name, then a dot, and then the property you want to access. Use them like any other variables.