Learn ES6 without leaving Dev.to

Anderson. J on September 07, 2018

Hi everyone! Today I'm finishing my ES6 course, so I'm here to share some posts that were useful while I was learning, here you go. Var... [Read Full]
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Thank you Anderson for taking time to organize these posts.

data becomes information when it is presented in a meaningful context

Not sure who said it but you just turned all those links into information by providing a meaningful context (ES6) ๐Ÿ˜Ž.


Well done Anderson.

I feel @ben should be aware of this set of dev.to articles that helped you learn ES6 :-)


Hey! I've noticed that in this post you use "guys" as a reference to the entire community, which is not made up of only guys but a variety of community members.

I'm running an experiment and hope you'll participate. Would you consider changing "guys" to a more inclusive term? If you're open to that, please let me know when you've changed it and I'll delete this comment.

For more information and some alternate suggestions, see dev.to/seankilleen/a-quick-experim....

Thanks for considering!


Hi! I think you're right, the post was edited.
English is not my native language, I thought that "guys" was an appropriate and inclusive expression.


Thank you so much! I really appreciate your responsiveness. It's not that it was wrong or intentionally offensive; I'm sure that wasn't your intent. I appreciate you making the improvement!


I don't know how I didn't find it before! You have really good info right there.
Article added to the list ๐Ÿ“


Yay that's what I was lo-key hoping for ๐Ÿคฃ. Thanks! This article is a fantastic es6 resource, regardless!


This is phenomenal! Great blog post, I needed this!


Thank you for the comment! I'm glad to help.


Nobody ever talks about metaprogramming aside from symbols. Proxies are insanely powerful... If a bit slow. I encourage you to find out what they are.


Yeah, honestly I took a quick look to them but, I felt lost, so I left it for later. But as soon as possible I will take it up again!.


This is awesome, nice work job compiling everything!


I'm not interested at all in ES6, but I find you've done a great job!
It could be done for many other topics.


Forget the old ways of learning.
If you can make things work, no need to push more concepts in your mind, because you don't need them (yet), right ?

Let's do things this way:

  • Only learn something if you really need to use to make your things work.

Some of the things you listed like async and await are not ES6 but more recent. Other than that, thanks. I think many people find this useful.


I'm definitely bookmarking this to read (this post and linked posts) on my upcoming vacation. Seriously, thank you for posting this.


Thanks! I have already read/used all of them except Symbols. Very useful links!

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