9/24/2017 7:33:48 PMBurey
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Great resource, i'm a big fan of ES6 features (my browser isn't friendly like me) Here another page i'm using to learn a bit more about this language: https://addyosmani.com/resources/essentialjsdesignpatterns/book/ Bookmarked, thank you!
Great stuff 🤗
@Maz just "a bit" as you said 😅😅
As always useful information thanks @Burey. Edit: Thanks to @Maz also
added node.js best practices link
https://code.sololearn.com/WBHiShj1ublU/?ref=app My humble request: Whenever you have a new resource please post it here...
Wow, this is great! I am trying to use ES6 syntax as often as I can. This os a great resource
not a learning resource but a good trick that might help in debugging at console in chrome Dev tools , we can use css in the js console for text formatting. helps in pointing out major errors in console for big projects sadly it won't work on SoloLearn's console, will have to try at chrome ,( press F12 for Dev tools) https://code.sololearn.com/WAq5FFgJAJvC/?ref=app
edit 20/10/2017 added ES6 cheat sheet
we don't have immutability in Js data structures ( objects and arrays mostly) . but making sure our objects and arrays don't behave abnormally we use a library called immutable.js but its documentation looks very tough to get started and play around. an awesome starters breakdown in this article and few reasons why immutability will help us write better code. “Immutable.js is intimidating. Here’s how to get started.” @WilliamWoodhead https://medium.freecodecamp.org/immutable-js-is-intimidating-heres-how-to-get-started-2db1770466d6