Blog posts in 'ES2015 ES6' category

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Surviving ECMAScript 6
Jul 7, 2016
I recently watched an insightful talk from Rob Pike where he shared his experience attending Lang.Next, a conference focusing on new and upcoming trends in programming languages. While there, Rob noticed how many presenters focused on things they ... More
Write Your Own Co Using ES2015 Generators
Feb 1, 2016
Note: This blog post is also available at IBM DeveloperWorks. ES2015 is now officially the new JavaScript language standard, and it is packed with sweet new features. One feature that I’m particularly excited about is ​generators​. At a high leve... More
Higher order functions in ES6; Easy as a => b => c;
Jan 11, 2016
Note: This blog post is also available at IBM DeveloperWorks. ES6 is nigh! As more and more libraries & Thought Leaders start incorporating ES6 into their code, what used to be nice-to-know ES6 features are becoming required knowledge. And it... More
An Introduction To JavaScript ES6 Modules
Dec 1, 2015
Note: This blog post is also available at IBM DeveloperWorks. ECMAScript 2015 (formerly known as ES6) introduces a completely new feature and concept to the front-end JavaScript world that strangely has been around for a very long time – modules.... More
An Introduction to JavaScript ES6 Arrow Functions
Sep 21, 2015
Note: This blog post is also available at IBM DeveloperWorks Fat arrow functions, also known as just arrow functions are a brand new feature in ECMAScript 2015 (formerly ES6). Rumor has it that the => syntax was adopted over -> due to Coffe... More