Learning Software Engineering in the Open
I would like to point out that StackOverflow isn't a Q&A site. I know it's confusing but Jeff Atwood, one of its original creators, complained at length about this years ago on his blog. It's a Wiki, not a Q&A site. It's a reference site. That explains their dysfunction, doesn't it? The points attributed to a question and its corresponding answer are meant to be an indication of the question's long-term viability and the answer's veracity. They basically only want questions with "universal" answers; questions that aren't specific to you.
You ask for an answer to "A in scenario X" but they aren't interested in that. They'll tell you "B is how we do things in scenario X". Moderators will kill your question if it's unlikely to add anything of value to this idealised version of a Wiki that lives inside their mind's eye. Everything about that site is fucked because its creators and its users have fundamentally different views on how the site is supposed to be used. Jeff Atwood and Spolsky did a terrible job of realising their vision. Hopefully chatGPT will kill that dinosaur.
The owl consists of a certain number of design layers. Think of "layers" as a series of components stacked together neatly. Components are functions and nothing else. React forces you to write components a certain way and that's a good thing. That kind of structure allows us to collaborate with others. All you gotta do to make progress here is to understand how components are written.
The next thing on your list should be to answer questions like "how is data transferred from component to component?" In other words, data flow. If you can visualise how data will flow through your app you can create anything you want. The only other prerequisite is an understanding of the browser context which I'm assuming you possess.
Finally, I want to caution against using chatGPT. It's designed to please you and that can be dangerous. It's certainly a helpful tool. It can teach you how to think like a developer if used properly. I just want your readers to know that it's very much a people pleaser and that it might make you a lazy thinker. ChatGPT is superior to Google and I use it often but don't forget to develop trust in yourself.