10 coolest features of ES6

EcmaScript 2015 comes with a lot of new features most of which are placed in order to fill the gaps existing in ES5 and prior versions. In this post we will go through 9 most handy features introduced in ES6 with various examples.

 

As of the time I’m writing this post, most browsers still don’t support ES6 and have not yet implemented any of these features. To play more with ES6 and see it in action you can go to: http://www.es6fiddle.net or you can use tools like traceur or babel along with task runners such as grunt or gulp to automatically transpile the code into executable ES5-based Javascript.

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simple posting web page

We had a coursework recently which required us to come up with a twitter-like web application in which people can register and write post, read other users’ posts as well as leaving replies to those posts. I have uploaded this application here.

Most of the job is done by combination of Javascript (ExtJS) and backend PHP. Please do register there and write posts if you want 🙂

Note: It works best under Firefox or Chrome. IE doesn’t support most of the features included.

 

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