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Eric Elliott May 13
ES6 gotcha: const noop = () => {}; // returns undefined const obj = () => ({}); // returns empty object
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Rene Bruzon 4h
Junior question but can someone explain to me why const and let are better than bar?
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XOOR 7m
In our latest article shows us with some examples how the ES6 destructuring operator can help us simplify our code and make it more readable. Enjoy!
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Benjamin Hughes 5h
πŸ’‘Javascript remembering trick - arraysπŸ’‘ The longest of the word pairs (π˜‚π—»π˜€π—΅π—Άπ—³π˜, shift) - (π—½π˜‚π˜€π—΅, pop) makes the array longer! Shift is shifting (changing) the index of the array!
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Γ€lex Royo May 22
/* * Destructuring with spread to capture * undefined values from an object */ const { action, info, redirect } = { ...data };
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Benjamin Hughes May 21
A good Javascript remembering trick πŸ’»πŸ’ͺ Always use 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐭 until it won't π₯𝐞𝐭 you
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π™ΌπšŠπš›πšŒ π™±πšŠπšŒπš”πšŽπšœ πŸ”₯ 2h
Today on my game: ✨ Extended map to 5x5 ✨ Made a centralized place where all UI controlling takes place ✨ Simplified hazards ✨ Added health display ✨ Added backpack functionality (only liquids for now)
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Palash Mondal May 15
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The Coding Dev 6h
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Manning Publications 1h
"Building a Lock and Key System" is an excerpt from Get Programming with JavaScript Next
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Kyle Griffin May 20
I feel like and the direction of makes learning even easier than ever. It's a dying framework, but it's still implied knowledge as a developer and newer devs have it much easier now.
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Eric Elliott May 15
ES6 array of numbers: const range = (start, end) => Array.from({ length: end - start + 1 }, (x, i) => i + start);
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vuesax May 21
New and blog πŸ—’οΈ : *Solution to loss of the `this` scope in Vuejs* πŸŽ‰
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Sabyasachi D Maven May 20
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KennyπŸ”₯ May 15
Set Default Parameters for Your Functions. function greeting(name = "Wizard") { return "Hello " + name; } console.log(greeting('Drake')); // Hello Drake greeting(); // Hello Wizard
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sebbe T May 16
Replying to @DKurac
Hi, do you also have the (Premier Edition) number? It’s scheduled to begin delivery in second quarter.
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Kitanga Nday May 18
Really happy that my website is up, sorry the gif had some frame drops (slow PC), using , still feel like more can be done with the project listing but hey for now at least I have it up
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oluciano.net May 14
day 4/100, I learn about: - Differences Between import and require - Use export to Reuse a Code Block - Use * to Import from a File - Create an Export Fallback with export default - Import a Default Export and complete the module.
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Maye Edwin 20h
Am back to ^ class with ( + ) and a revamp with semantic and backs my backend πŸ€—
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Tom W May 22
Why do I always get caught out using = rather than ==/=== in filter methods? 😭
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