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ECMAScript 6 modules: the final syntax
I need to read this and understand this. It explains how exporting several functions within a given JavaScript file and importing them into another works. It discusses the ES6 / ES2015 export / import syntax.
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5 weeks ago by racl101
Destructuring assignment - JavaScript | MDN
Talks about the es6 / es2015 feature of assigning an object's properties to variables implicitly without explicitly making let, var statements.
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10 weeks ago by racl101
lukehoban/es6features: Overview of ECMAScript 6 features
This a nice overview showcasing the parts of new JavaScript that are particular to the ES6 / ES2015 syntax so that you can recognize when you see it in projects like ReactJS, NPM, VueJS etc.
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10 weeks ago by racl101
Destructuring and Function Arguments
In essence this demonstrates the concept of using curly braces syntax to assign a given object's properties to variable without explicitly using var or let statements. Furthermore, to use this syntax in function calls.


// A sample object
const myObject = { x: 1, y: 2 };

// Destructuring
const { x, y } = myObject;
// x is 1, y is 2
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10 weeks ago by racl101
zloirock/core-js: Standard Library
Use this polyfill library to fill in Object.assign( ... functionality missing from older browsers.
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10 weeks ago by racl101
Installation — Vue.js
Really important sections explaining all types of NPM VueJS 2 builds that one could include with a software like Webpack.

In short, if you include the vue.esm.js version you'll need es2015 preset. You can't just include it standalone.
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11 weeks ago by racl101

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