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Understanding ECMAScript 6 by Nicholas C. Zakas

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Online, Book

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USD 15

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USD 14.99 - USD 19.99

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Ebook/Tutorial

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English

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Proftrack

The JavaScript core language features are defined in a standard called ECMA-262. The language defined in this standard is called ECMAScript, of which the JavaScript in the browser and Node.js environments are a superset. While browsers and Node.js may add more capabilities through additional objects and methods, the core of the language remains as defined in ECMAScript, which is why the ongoing development of ECMA-262 is vital to the success of JavaScript as a whole.

The features vary widely from completely new objects and patterns to syntax changes to new methods on existing objects. The exciting thing about ECMAScript 6 is that all of these changes are geared towards problems that developers are actually facing. And while it will still take time for adoption and implementation to reach the point where ECMAScript 6 is the minimum that developers can expect, there’s a lot to be gained from a good understanding of what the future of JavaScript looks like.

The book is written by Nicholas C. Zakas.

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