Learn how to concisely declare object literal properties with a new shorthand introduced in ES6.
The redundancy of replicating each object property name…may be something that has already frustrated you.…With ES6, you can remove the colon and value…for identifiers that match preexisting variables.…What you're left with is a super concise way…to define object properties.…To add to the flexibility of object properties,…ES6 also introduces a much awaited feature,…the ability to use variables and function calls…for object property keys.…
These are called computed property names.…With ES5, attempting to use a dynamic property key…
- 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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