Exploring ES6: Upgrade to the Next Version of JavaScript (Axel Rauschmayer)

 
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Exploring ES6: Upgrade to the Next Version of JavaScript (Axel Rauschmayer)

The core of JavaScript has undergone the biggest change in the language's history with ECMAScript 6. Even though not all JavaScript environments currently support ECMAScript 6, you can get a head start by being familiar with the features that will be coming and those that are already present.

This book provides trustworthy and comprehensive information on ECMAScript 6, the upcoming JavaScript version. It will give detailed guidance on how to use ES6 capabilities as opposed to outdated JavaScript workarounds and techniques.

This book is for you if you are a JavaScript developer with experience in basic development and want to learn about the newest features to improve the client-side JavaScript programs you create.

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About the Authors
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer is an expert in web development and JavaScript. He runs the MunichJS user group, offers seminars for Ecmanauten, blogs at 2ality.com, and gives speeches and workshops at conferences.
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Published
Published Date / Year
(2015)
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HTML and PDF

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