ECMAScript 2023 - Exploring New FeaturesIn this blog, we'll dive into the ECMAScript 2023 updates, highlighting four significant new features that promise to streamline our coding experience.
Replace lodash.get method with optional chaining and nullish-coalescing operatorLearn how to replace the popular lodash.get() method with the new optional chaining and nullish-coalescing operator introduced in ES11(ES2020).
Learn about tree shaking in Webpack 5Tree shaking is a technique used by webpack to optimize the builds for production and reducing the build size by shaking off the dead code from its branches (modules).
Ecma International approves ECMAScript 2022ECMAScript 2022 is officially a standard now! Let's see what's new in ECMAScript 2022.
ECMAScript 2022: Ergonomic brand check for private fieldsECMAScript 2022 provides a simpler way to check if an object has a given private field using the 'in' operator.
ECMAScript 2022 introduces at() method in Array, String, TypedArrayThe at() method takes an integer value and returns the element at that index. It allows both positive and negative integers. Negative integers denote counting back from the last item in the array.
ECMAScript: Top-level awaitWe can only use await operator within an async method. In ECMAScript 2022 we will be able to use it outside of the context of an async method in our modules.