re: React is finally JavaScript VIEW POST


Imho any discussion of JavaScript classes without a mention of Typescript is a bit hasty.


This post is so opinionated and poorly written.
The quote "Classes are the future of JavaScript because of React." is completely nonsense.
React was never the reason why people began to use classes, nor why they were even put in the ES spec.
Classes are "natively" supported, so how can they not be intended usage?
There's literally no context in this absurd post at all, as everything gets switched around.
Are we talking about React only, Node.js, ES3, ES6 or transpilers?
I mean what's the point?

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