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  1. Regular Expressions in a post-ES6 world

    In this article we’ll take a look at regular expressions improvements in and after ES6. We’ll discuss the /y, /u, and /s flags, named capture groups, unicode property escapes, lookbehind assertions, and String#matchAll.

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  2. Mixing Generators Into Iterators

    As it turns out, iterators can be written using generators. This can lead to some interesting use cases.

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  3. Let’s use const! Here’s why.

    When reading a piece of code, others can take cues from these signals in order to better understand what we did. ES6 offers let and const as new flavors of variable declaration, are they better signals than var?

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  4. Template Literals are Strictly Better Strings

    This article explores how template literals are strictly better than strings, and how they too should become the new default of a post-ES6 era – over single and double quoted strings.

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  5. A Promise-Based Worldview

    Once the Node.js developer’s victim of choice, Promise now enjoys healthy adoption on both sides of the stack, with prominent open-source contributors like @sindresorhus visibly leveraging them.
    What’s changed?

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  6. All Aboard the ES6 JavaScript Train

    The sixth ECMAScript specification has been finalized last june, and there’s a flurry of JavaScript features coming our way.

    I’ll be covering the most exciting new features.

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  7. ES6 Overview in 350 Bullet Points

    My ES6 in Depth series consists of 24 articles covering most syntax changes and features coming in ES6. This article aims to summarize all of those, providing you with …

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  8. ES6 Promises in Depth

    Welcome back to ES6 – “Dude, we already had those!” – in Depth series. If you’ve never been around here before, start with A Brief …

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  9. ES6 Modules in Depth

    Welcome back to ES6 – “Oh, good. It’s not another article about Unicode” – in Depth series. If you’ve never been around here …

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  10. ES6 Strings (and Unicode, ❤) in Depth

    Yo. Here’s another edition of ES6 – “I can’t believe they killed off Stringer Bell” – in Depth series. If you’ve never …

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  11. ES6 Object Changes in Depth

    Howdy. You’re reading ES6 – “I vehemently Object to come up with a better tagline” – in Depth series. If you’ve never been …

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  12. ES6 Array Extensions in Depth

    Hello traveler! This is ES6 – "Oh cool, I like Array" – in Depth series. If you’ve never been around here before, start with A Brief …

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  13. ES6 Math Additions in Depth

    You’ve made it! Here’s another article in the ES6 – “What? I’d rather develop for IE6” – in Depth series. If …

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  14. ES6 Number Improvements in Depth

    Hey there! Glad you’re here in time for ES6 – “Back to School” – in Depth. Never heard of it? Refer to A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. …

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  15. ES6 Reflection in Depth

    Oh hey – I was just casually getting ready, didn’t see you there! Welcome to another edition of ES6 – “Oh. Good. We survived traps”

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  16. More ES6 Proxy Traps in Depth

    Hey there! This is ES6 – “Traps? Again?” – in Depth. Looking for other ES6 goodness? Refer to A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make your …

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  17. ES6 Proxy Traps in Depth

    Welcome to ES6 – “Please, not again” – in Depth. Looking for other ES6 goodness? Refer to A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make your way …

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  18. ES6 Proxies in Depth

    Cheers, please come in. This is ES6 – “Elaine, you gotta have a baby!” – in Depth. What? Never heard of it? Check out A Brief History of ES6 …

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  19. ES6 WeakMaps, Sets, and WeakSets in Depth

    Welcome once again to ES6 – “I can’t take this anymore” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make …

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  20. ES6 Maps in Depth

    Hello, this is ES6 – “Please make them stop” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make your way through

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  21. ES6 Symbols in Depth

    Buon giorno! Willkommen to ES6 – “I can’t believe this is yet another installment” – in Depth. If you have no idea how you got here or …

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  22. ES6 Generators in Depth

    This is ES6 in Depth, the longest-running article series in the history of Pony Foo! Trapped in the ES5 bubble? Welcome! Let me get you started with destructuring,

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  23. ES6 Iterators in Depth

    This is yet another edition of ES6 in Depth. First time here? Welcome! So far we covered destructuring, template literals, arrow functions, the spread operator and rest …

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  24. ES6 Let, Const and the “Temporal Dead Zone” (TDZ) in Depth

    This is yet another edition of ES6 in Depth. First time here? Welcome! So far we covered destructuring, template literals, arrow functions, the spread operator and rest …

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  25. ES6 Classes in Depth

    Welcome to ES6 in Depth. Are you new here? You might want to learn about destructuring, template literals, arrow functions, the spread operator and rest parameters, or

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  26. ES6 Object Literal Features in Depth

    Once again, this is ES6 in Depth. If you haven’t set foot on this series before, you might want to learn about destructuring, template literals, arrow functions, …

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  27. ES6 Spread and Butter in Depth

    Welcome to yet another installment of ES6 in Depth on Pony Foo. Previous ones covered destructuring, template literals, and most recently, arrow functions. Today …

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  28. ES6 Arrow Functions in Depth

    The daily saga of es6-in-depth articles continues. Today we’ll be discussing Arrow Functions. In previous articles we’ve covered destructuring and template …

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  29. ES6 Template Literals in Depth

    Yesterday we’ve covered ES6 destructuring in depth, as well as some of its most common use cases. Today we’ll be moving to template literals. What they …

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  30. ES6 JavaScript Destructuring in Depth

    I’ve briefly mentioned a few ES6 features (and how to get started with Babel) in the React article series I’ve been writing about, and now I want to focus …

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  31. A Brief History of ES6 Tooling

    I wrote a few articles about React and ES6 these last few days, and today I wanted to add a bit more of context as to why I seem to be super into ES6 all of sudden. …

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  32. React, JSX and ES6: The Weird Parts

    I’ve spent a few days working with JSX and React and I have mixed feelings about them. React is pretty neat, but I find that they made some very unusual choices …

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  33. Server-side React Layout & Side Effects

    We’ve been hard at work last week analyzing how to build a universal app using React. First we looked at the bare minimum needed to run Babel through Browserify …

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  34. Universal Routing in React with ES6

    Yesterday, we learned about how to set up a build process for an universal ES6 React app using Babel, and how to have that React app render “universally”

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  35. Universal React with Babel, Browserify

    I finally got around to trying out React, and this blog post will detail my initial impressions as well as a tutorial on how to make your React apps universal from the …

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  36. Architecture of ECMAScript 6 Modules

    This blog post contains useful information if you’re interested in the latest developments on ECMAScript 6 Harmony modules and they current state of their …

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