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Adrian Ulici

Adrian Ulici

Software Engineer @3Pillar Global

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ECMAScript 6 - why and how to use it today

For those of you who haven’t heard of ECMAScript, simply put, ECMAScript is the standard which defines the programming language which we popularly know as JavaScript. The previous edition of the standard, ECMAScript 5, was released at the end of 2009, with significant improvements to the language, but it was still lacking some important features. ECMAScript 6 (ES6), on the other hand, has finally introduced features developers were waiting for years. Actually, the official name is ECMAScript 2015, but it seems that in the community ES6 is still the version that most people recognize (at least for now).

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