4/9/2019 8:11:40 AMVasilis Karapas
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1. Since it sounds that you are more comfortable with pre-ES6 syntax, I would therefore suggest you start coding with pre-ES6 first. 2. Compatibility is not an issue, we can use Babel transpiler for backward compatibility of your ES6 codes. Thanks KrOW for library Babel.js for converting ES6 scripts into runnable on pre-ES6 browsers. https://code.sololearn.com/WL4QrKP4we6A/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1220172/?ref=app 3. QUOTE from David: "In fact, we use the improved syntax for new ECMA features when possible to reduce bugs and future proof our code." (his comment on Christmas) https://www.sololearn.com/post/54322/?ref=app
Thanks, Gordon. I don't know, maybe I'm over-thinking this and it's only a matter of time and practice. Back to the basics for me. As for David's quote, well... he's not wrong. Everything is evolving in a rapid pace, and developers do need to be able to keep up with the times.
I can tell you that I started to love ES6, once I started to learn React.js, it makes the code less verbose, and simple to write.
As for React.js, I'll look into that. Thanks for the advice.
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