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re: React - ES6 tricks in Classes VIEW POST

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Arrow functions is evil. It's just adding more complication reading js code those days. I'll stick to constructor. However it's not old because you use arrow functions. Function != Arrows functions.

 

I understand, but disagree. Arrow functions are good friends in nowadays.

 

I think function is like var only to be used in legacy cases.

let, const and => are much more predictable.

 

Using arrow functions for members defined that way allows for this to remain scoped to the instance of the class / object. It is possible to define it as handleChange = function () { ... }, but then you would need the constructor to bind handleChange to the instance.

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