Wednesday, 18 May, 2016 UTC


One of the prettiest features of ES6, it could easily win a beauty contest, if such a contest would be held. What many people don’t know is that the arrow function is not simply a form of syntactic sugar that we can use instead of the regular callback. As I like to explain it to the people who attend my trainings/workshops, arrow functions are this-less, arguments-less, and super-less. Let us now get past the shorter syntax and dive deeper into the specifics of the arrow function.
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