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Update "Learn-ES2015" to es2016+ #994

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hzoo opened this Issue Nov 22, 2016 · 5 comments

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hzoo commented Nov 22, 2016

Add some short examples and then link to other resources (mdn, books like Exploring ES6, etc)

  • es2016
    • Array.protortype.includes
    • **
  • es2017
    • async/await
    • Object.values/Object.entries
    • String padding
    • Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptors()
    • Trailing commas in function parameter lists and calls

Or just become Learn JS

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

rauschma commented Nov 22, 2016

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).

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bernard-lin Aug 4, 2017

Is this still needed?

bernard-lin commented Aug 4, 2017

Is this still needed?

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Yeah I think it would be useful still

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hzoo commented Aug 4, 2017

Yeah I think it would be useful still

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@hzoo hzoo changed the title from Update Learn-es2015 to es2016, es2017 to Update "Learn-ES2015" to es2016+ Apr 17, 2018

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