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Webpack Loaders, Source Maps, and ES6

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Converting an array-like object into an Array with Array.from()

Object Enhancements in ES6

const Declarations in es6 (ES2015)

ES6 Modules (ES2015) - Import and Export

Using the ES6 spread operator

Shorthand Properties in ES6

ES6 (ES2015) - Generators

Use Template Literals in ES6

Destructuring Assignment in ES6

Default Values for Function Parameters in ES6

Array Comprehensions - NON-STANDARD

Arrow Function => in ES6

The let keyword in ES6

js tutorial about Webpack Loaders, Source Maps, and ES6

Webpack Loaders, Source Maps, and ES6

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Webpack loaders are how you tell webpack to resolve your dependencies and you can use a loader built for the babel transpiler to easily enable ES6 code in your project. Full sourcemap support is also available using webpack's devtool property.

js tutorial about Converting an array-like object into an Array with Array.from()

Converting an array-like object into an Array with Array.from()

2:19 js

Array.from() lets you convert an "iterable" object (AKA an array-like object) to an array. In this lesson, we go over grabbing DOM nodes and turing them into an array so that we can use methods like Array.filter() and Array.forEach() on them.

js tutorial about Object Enhancements in ES6

Object Enhancements in ES6

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Building on the ES6 Shorthand Properties lesson, John shows the other new Object Enhancements in ES6 that will help you write less code and easily create complex Objects.

js tutorial about const Declarations in es6 (ES2015)

const Declarations in es6 (ES2015)

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Read only variables are available in JavaScript (es6/es2015). We will use const declarations and their benefits, like read only and block scope.

js tutorial about ES6 Modules (ES2015) - Import and Export

ES6 Modules (ES2015) - Import and Export

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ES6 (ES2015) introduces a standardized module format to Javascript. We'll take a look at the various forms of defining and importing modules. Using Webpack to bundle up our modules and Babel to transpile our ES6 into ES5, we'll put this new module syntax to work within our project. Then we'll examine how to import 3rd party packages from npm, importing lodash with the _ underscore alias using the ES6 module syntax.

js tutorial about Using the ES6 spread operator

Using the ES6 spread operator

1:40 js

The spread operator allows you to "explode" an array into its individual elements.

js tutorial about Shorthand Properties in ES6

Shorthand Properties in ES6

1:01 js

Shorthand properties allow you to compose complex objects from other objects.

js tutorial about ES6 (ES2015) - Generators

ES6 (ES2015) - Generators

5:28 js

Generators in ECMAscript 6 are first-class coroutines that produce encapsulated suspended execution contexts. Whew! Yield values and iterate over them until no more values exist in the generator. We'll talk more about practical use later ;)

js tutorial about Use Template Literals in ES6

Use Template Literals in ES6

4:12 js

ECMAscript 6 lets us use string templates to gain a lot more control over strings in JavaScript.

js tutorial about Destructuring Assignment in ES6

Destructuring Assignment in ES6

4:33 js

ECMAscript 6 destructuring provides flexible options for variable assignment.

js tutorial about Default Values for Function Parameters in ES6

Default Values for Function Parameters in ES6

2:16 js

With ECMAscript 6 we get the luxury of default parameters for our functions.

js tutorial about Array Comprehensions - NON-STANDARD

Array Comprehensions - NON-STANDARD

2:28 js

Array Comprehensions didn't make the ES6 cut. You probably shouldn't use them ;)

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js tutorial about Arrow Function => in ES6

Arrow Function => in ES6

2:57 js

ECMAscript 6 introduces the "arrow function" as a shortcut for creating anonymous functions with this scope bound.

js tutorial about The let keyword in ES6

The let keyword in ES6

2:58 js

Block scoping can be surprising, and sometimes confusing, in Javascript. With es6, we have access to the let keyword to remove this pain.

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