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Paul Scanlon 👻 Sep 17
Ahoy 🚢 shipmates... my pea brain is a bit stuck... whats a nice native way to deep clone an object? i heard it on the 🍇-vine that this is not fine const newConfig = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(config)) ty in advance.
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CascadingNews 10h
25+ JavaScript Shorthand Coding Techniques
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John Afolayan 2h
You can generate unique ids in your code without using a library. In the sample below, the higher the number base, the more characters you can have in the id. The maximum number base is 36.
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Göktuğ Sultan Sep 17
I just published ES6 | Template Literals #3 Literals
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Quicklyreact 11h
If you want to merge two arrays. 1. You can use `concat` or 2. You can use `...` like we used for merging Objects. 🤓
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JavaScript Joel 🍻 Sep 9
🤔 When I think declaratively/functionally, I think about the item first. This is reverse of how I think imperatively, which is often about the list first. This minor change in thinking simplifies larger problems into manageable tasks.
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iShaDeRzz Sep 17
Getting Literal With ES6 Template Strings
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CascadingNews 19h
What's the Difference Between var, let and const in JavaScript?
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PHP Programming Sep 17
How Python can help you learn ES6 ☞
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JavaScript Joel 🍻 Sep 11
💡TIP: Once a Promise has resolved/rejected it is immutable, meaning the value will not change. You can access the Promise multiple times without "re-running" the Promise-code. Below you can see the "Fetched" code is run once.
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JavaScript Joel 🍻 Sep 10
💡TIP: Serial = one at a time. Parallel = multiple at the same time. You can choose to run things as serial or parallel based on your needs.
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JavaScript Joel 🍻 12h
💡TIP: While a Promise is immutable, the object inside may not be. This is similar to `const`, you cannot change the variable, but the object is still mutable. Similar to Object.freeze, which will freeze the object, but not the Objects within (shallow).
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Skyrim News 10h
Greedfall Review: Perfect Rebound After Skyrim - SegmentNext
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Rohit Sep 15
ES6, ES7, ES8 & Writing Modern JavaScript Pt1 - Scope, let, const, var via
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Praveen Kumar 5h
Looks like people should stop using backticks for everything. 😁
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Wen Chi Yu 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 16
Replying to @WenChiYu28
const objectWithThis = { name: ’GoodNight’, log: function() { } } objectWithThis.log();
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Raaz Bhuiyan 8h
Udemy premium course $10 coupon 95% Off Complete Modern Course with (2019)
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Laravel Meetup Pakistan 15h
We have concluded 1st batch or React Essentials Training. It was conducted by an industry professional, Mr. Farhan Tahir. We tried to focus on hands delivering lectures using live examples and gave practice material to each student.
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Quicklyreact Sep 16
If you want to merge two objects, you can use the `...` operator for merging them. This includes: 1. Copying values for similar keys. 2. Add missing key value pairs. 🤓
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Lance A., MD 📓 🥾 💻 🎣 🧬 Sep 14
Day 5/100 (Yesterday) I revisited using arrays for managing complex data (in and "Javascript- The Definitive Guide") in preparation for doing my JS section projects.
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