The first major iteration of this kind was ES6. ECMAScript 6, also known as ECMAScript 2015, was the first version of the new age of ECMAScript standard. ES6 is a significant update to the language, and the first update to the language since ES5 was standardized in 2009.
this keyword, objects and your tools. So, how will this unit look?
Learning the new stuff is definitely important. However, in order to understand how the language evolved and why there was a need of change, we must first understand the basics. The
this keyword has given goose bumps to developers for ages now. It's time we put it under the microscope and learn about it.
Learn your tools and learn your environment! That's the basis of this lesson and it's one good piece of advice!
Code that works is good. But it's not perfect unless it's readable too. In this lesson, we will learn some tips and tricks about how we can visually format our code as well what are some best practices that we can employ when writing clean code.