ES6 modules support lands in browsers: is it time to rethink bundling?

With browsers starting to implement ES6 modules, I took a look at the landscape and compared the new tech to bundling, the current state of the art for publishing Javascript files. Read more

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How to map a Map [ES6]

2016 come to the end, and ES6 is everywhere. But with ES6, came some new syntax and APIs. This article aims to answer to a very specific…...

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Interfaces in Vanilla ES6 JavaScript

Recently, I found myself implementing a library in a few different languages. I started in PHP, which is pretty much Java’s weird multi-paradigm little-brother. Thus, it has compile-time interfaces that will ensure that classes adhere to and implement spe... (more…)

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Regular Expressions in a post-ES6 world

In this article we’ll take a look at regular expressions in and after ES6. There’s a couple of regular expressions flags which were introduced in ES6: the /y or sticky flag, and the /u or Unicode flag. Then we’ll discuss five proposals which are making th... (more…)

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