ES6 / EcmaScript Fast Crash Course
I have to admit that it can be a little strange at first but once you get the hang of it, you won't look back.
My philosophy is simple, get the fundamentals of the technology you need and get coding. Why this approach? Technology moves too fast, and if we spent too much time in one technology, others will pass us by.
So here is my advice.....
- Get what you need with the fundamentals
- Start coding your apps
- Reference the DOCS when you need to
- Study other technologies
So what are you waiting for, this course it's short but very informative. Jump in and I see you inside.
Who this course is for:
- 00:55Reference files
- 05:02What is ECMAScript 6 or ES6?
- 04:13ES6 Compatibility
- 07:36Introducing Babel
- 08:09Downloading Webpack
- 07:54Converting ES6 to ES5
- 09:36let vs var
- 05:56Declaring variables as constants
- 08:29Template Literals
- 13:10Spread operator
- 02:15Function default parameters
- 04:14Arrow functions
- 09:12Shorthand properties
- 09:42The This keyword
- 04:40Class inheratance
Edwin Diaz is a software and web technologies engineer, a life coach trainer who is also a serial entrepreneur with multiple online businesses, ranging from online jewelry shops, affiliate websites, application development and consultations services, personal online schools, etc.
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Founding multiple online companies have allowed Mr. Diaz to have the time to teach others. He currently teaches web technologies on different online platforms. He also teaches life coaching sessions to help others achieve a high level of success in many areas of life.
For Mr. Diaz, there is nothing more rewarding than helping others become successful.
His ability to transmit energy, enthusiasm, and complex knowledge allows him to do what he does best "Teach".
Teaching is not just a job for Mr. Diaz but a way of life that continues to flourish every single day.
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