Explore next steps to take after completing this course and how to keep up with the new ECMAScript features that will come in the future.
If you didn't completely migrate the demo project to ES6,…go back and finish it.…Switch every var to let or const…and every applicable function to an arrow function.…And the ECMAScript specification continues…its annual release cycle.…Already, the few features from ES2016 and ES2017…are getting implemented by V8…and making their way to Node.js.…Although there aren't as many changes…as the massive ES6 release,…these new features continue to add to the possibilities…
- Using arrow functions
- Using default parameters
- Reviewing the class structure in ES6
- Assigning variables with let and const
- Array destructuring and object destructuring
- Replacing callbacks with promises
- Keeping values unique with Set
- Dropping the prototype with Map
- Working with generators
- Using yield with arguments
Skill Level Intermediate
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