Thank's for the review. But It's not user-friendly to use images for code examples. Care about people with screen-readers.
This night I'm going to resolve this issue.
ECMA stopped using ordinal version numbers at ECMAScript 5. Using the year in the name has been the standard since ES2015 (aka ES6). Though, I am in favor of shortening ECMAScript to ES.
I think there is a value in using the accurate name. Were everyone to do so, there would be no opportunity for confusion. The official standard name seems like the best to default to.
That's true! This is the version ES2019!
Nice tips.. the fact the code is in an image forces those who can read to type it LOL
What do you think about the images? They are easy to share in social network but It is not readable in screen 😢!
Well I think it depends on your target audience, really...
I mean, I can read so it's nice to me that I can enjoy it and easily share it.
Whilst having to type the code will be a teaching experience for junior devs, it can be boring to more experienced ones if the post is some kind of tutorial or something.
Thank you may
ES10: so tempting to call it JSX 😃
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