Hi, so I'm creating a shopify them from scratch. I've learn quite a few things in the past like making sections and snippets, scss, and stuff like that. So I've looked on the internet for a tutorial on how to create a shopify cart from scratch and there is almost no videos that explain it very well. So I have question on where could I start to learn that, are there any blogs or tutorials on how to do it, or is it just how you do it with every other online store but you just need to include some liquid. Any help would be appreciated, thank you.
That said, this can potentially be a good start when coding carts: CartJS. Although, ideally, you'd probably want to code your own custom library to avoid relying on jQuery since it's not much of a necessity nowadays.
You're welcome. Do study it, it's a very rewarding path in multitudinous ways, I surely recommend you to keep going. Personally I started my journey with this Udemy course, this teacher is pretty good. (not affiliated by any means)
This particular course is probably a bit outdated by now, but he always uploads new ones. Choosing a teacher boils down to personal choice anyway, but if I may suggest something is to stay away from youtube and stick with a course that walks you through a solid start-to-finish path, regardless of it being a paid or free one, though it's almost inexorable that the paid ones tend to be better.
I think of coding as learning a language: you can memorize 1000 different phrases in Japanese and somehow be able to speak them ok-ish, but you'll never be able to speak it fluently nor express yourself. It's important to learn the foundations: verbs, grammar, etc, so you can think for yourself and formulate your own sentences.
In the analogy above, Youtube is equal to the phrases: it will teach you lots of little things, but you'll never truly learn how to think for yourself. I don't mean that it's completely useless, but it may be of greater use after you're already somewhat fluent/proficient with the language.
Just my two cents on this matter, I hope it makes some sense or, hopefully, brings some clarity.
Wishing you the best of luck.