re: Compact or Verbose Codestyle? VIEW POST


I guess you would have want to use the ternary operator to make it more readable, instead of adding the || and && which are harder to understand: the ternary operator accepts a nicer and more predictable form of (value, ifTrue, ifFalse) instead of constructing it on your own with boolean operator magic

const get = (store, key) =>
  Reflect.has(window[store], key)
    ? JSON.parse(window[store][key])
    : new Error(`Key ${key} not found`)

I guess this is readable enough, but I'll probably use the "verbose" one (it really depends on the project standards): I like early returns, or "guard" clauses - can help debugging by understanding that you can stop evaluating the function in your head 😺

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