Many of these rules are fairly advanced, but there should be at least a few you can grasp. For example, the guide's authors specify that all statements must be ended in a semi-colon even though you might be able to get by with omitting them. Multiline string literals should be constructed using string concatenation rather than the line continuation character. Under the Code formatting heading, you’ll find some of the personal preference items we discussed in the beautifying section. Opening braces should be found on the same line as what they’re opening, property settings in an object definition should be indented two spaces, etc.
If you work in an organization that already does JS development and you’re going to be joining a development team, you should look into whether there is a style guide you should be following. If you’re just starting a new team, it might be a good idea to put some thought into creating a guide.