Top stable browsers can run your tests as Native ES6 Modules without Babel

Top modern browsers already support ES6 modules. This is great news from the unit testing perspective. Read more

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JSC loves ES6

ES2015 (also known as ES6), the version of the JavaScript specification ratified in 2015, is a huge improvement to the language’s expressive power thanks to features like classes, for-of, destructuring, spread, tail calls, and much more. But powerful lang... (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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ES6 Generators Deliver Go Style Concurrency

Last night I expressed some frustration about the state and future of concurrency in JavaScript. I ended up having a little bit of back and forth with David Herman and he pointed out that ES6 Generators can express Go and core.async's flavor of CSP. Now I... (more…)

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