JavaScript arrow functions and the let keyword

JavaScript arrow functions are unnamed functions which are best used as non-method functions. They provide a short hand notation for using functions. An arrow function consists of a list of function parameters followed by an arrow which is followed by an expression to be returned or a code block.

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Using JavaScript modules

JavaScript Modules are an implementation of ES6 Modules. They allow a useful way to organize and reuse JavaScript code. JavaScript Modules consist of a set of features that provide module functionality.

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Freelancing over the Internet - Drawbacks and Benefits

In this article I describe my experiences and conclusions of working as a Freelancer over the internet. I will describe the benefits and drawbacks of Freelancing in general with an emphasis of Freelance I.T work.

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ES6 brings new features to JavaScript

The ES6 standard has introduced several changes to JavaScript. These changes include Classes, Proxies, Promises, Modules, Iterators and Generators and more

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Using generators, classes and objects in JavaScript

All values in JavaScript are objects except for primitive values which have no methods and properties.

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