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How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2018 – codeburst

November 12th, 2017

  • Save the answer for yourself but I am sure you understand what I mean. But the wind of change toward improvement seems to have come now.The javascript forest has changed, a browser called google chrome lead us to a new level where the forest now already has clear routes, easier terrain…
  • No babel, no transpiler, just your hand written ES6 straight into the browser stomach.Hero Editor from Angular rewritten with vanilla ES6ES6 provides features such as Module loader, Template Literal and if you need to go further you can create your own custom elements right in the browser without any dependencies.However, there…
  • Above pseudocode means we want to add element div with text content ‘Hello World’ into document body.In our ES6 Hero Editor project, tags such as html and htmlCollection as well as render, are part of the Templating Engine.Opensource Google lit-htmlRecently Google just announce project lit-html to provide templating engine based on…
  • From the github page the objective was short and conciseYallaJS makes it easy to create HtmlTemplate and render it to DOM efficiently.Both framework are trying to tackle the same issue, Templating using ES6 Template literal.
  • Although performance is still the initial stage of yallajs priority, but we can see the results are quite promising.Performance of yallajsIn memory consumption side, yallajs shows promising result too.Following the detail of performance breakdown:You can see the source code yallajs use as benchmark here, and live application here.Yallajs and lit-html are…

Making a web application back in 2016 is like going into a forest with nothing but a compass. We know that we are heading in the right direction, it’s just that we do not know the terrain in front of…

How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2018This is to answer the story written by Jose Aguinaga back in 2016Making a web application back in 2016 is like going into a forest with nothing but a compass. We know that we are heading in the right direction, it’s just that we do not know the terrain in front of us. The more often we pass through the forest, the better for us to find the best way to reach the destination.There were tools and frameworks published every month to ease the web app development or maybe just to improve application performance. Its hard for new developer to choose the best one. For newcomers, they prefer on the save side by relying on big vendors framework because they have troops to make sure the framework they create is the best.If you are seasoned web app developer, I would like to ask you this question : “Does infernojs better than facebook react, or vue better than google angular ?”. Save the answer for yourself but I am sure you understand what I mean.But the wind of change toward improvement seems to have come now.The javascript forest has changed, a browser called google chrome lead us to a new level where the forest now already has clear routes, easier terrain and directions to destinations.What I mean is that we can now build single page application, or hybrid application without dependencies on large bloated frameworks. Soon, your single page app will be very light because most of

How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2018 – codeburst