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Update "Learn-ES2015" to es2016+ #994
Add some short examples and then link to other resources (mdn, books like Exploring ES6, etc)
Or just become Learn JS
I was thinking of providing the common use cases for each relevant feature/syntax and then linking to the relevant plugin/polyfill, linking to other sites for more info, and providing a repl example
@rauschma thoughts on how we can link to your stuff better? Your books/blog posts are really great (and https://leanpub.com/setting-up-es6 which should just be some of our docs) and I feel like much of the es6 info would just be copying bits and pieces from other stuff when we can link to it.
Sure, I’d be delighted! It’s best to link to the websites of my books, because I keep those continually updated. All URLs should be quite stable. And the content will remain free to read online forever.
The websites are:
Is there anything else you need? Let me know if you need a reviewer (I’m not sure how time I’ll have, but I’d love to take a look).