The Working Programmer – How To Be MEAN: Exploring ECMAScript.

Ted Neward. MSDN Magaziene. 2016-08-01
Welcome back, MEANers.
We’re in the middle of 2016. What you might not realize is that JavaScript (which is actually officially known as ECMAScript) has a new version of the language, ECMAScript 2015. If your JavaScript code isn’t starting to use it, then it’s high time to start. Fortunately, it’s trivial to do so, because there are good reasons to do so. In this installment, I’ll go over some of the more interesting and important features of ECMAScript 2015, and in a future piece, I’ll look at what using MEAN in the more modern style would be like (essentially, now that you’ve got a firm footing on how MEAN applications operate, I’ll reboot the code base completely; more on that then).

[The Working Programmer – How To Be MEAN: Exploring ECMAScript.]

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