Objects are a serious workhorse in JavaScript, as they are in many programming languages.

At their most basic, they’re a data structure that allows you to store information in the form of key/value pairs, like so:

info = {
company: "Google",
url: "https://www.google.com",
}

You can nest objects within objects, store many objects together with an array, and even iterate over their properties and corresponding values. You can also add a new key to an object simply by assigning a value to it, like this: