JavaScript: Best Practice

Book Description

There's no doubt that the ecosystem changes fast. Not only are new tools and frameworks introduced and developed at a rapid rate, the language itself has undergone big changes with the introduction of ES2015 (aka ES6). Understandably, many articles have been written complaining about how difficult it is to learn modern development these days. We're aiming to minimize that confusion with this set of books on modern .

This book presents modern JavaScript best practice, utilizing the features now available in the language that enable you to write more powerful that is clean, performant, maintainable, and resusable. It contains:

  • The Anatomy of a Modern JavaScript Application by James Kolce
  • Clean Code with ES6 Default Parameters & Property Shorthands by Moritz Kruger
  • JavaScript Optimization Tips: An Overview by Ivan CuriC
  • JavaScript : The Singleton by Samier Saeed
  • JavaScript Object Creation: Patterns and Best Practices by Jeff Mott
  • Best Practices for Using Modern JavaScript Syntax by M. David Green
  • Flow Control in Modern JS: Callbacks to Promises to Async/Await by Craig Buckler
  • JavaScript's New Private Class Fields, and How to Use Them by Craig Buckler

This book is for all front-end developers who wish to improve their JavaScript skills. You'll need to be familiar with and and have a reasonable level of understanding of JavaScript in order to follow the discussion.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Anatomy of a Modern JavaScript Application
Chapter 2: Clean Code with ES6 Default Parameters & Property Shorthands
Chapter 3: JavaScript Performance Optimization Tips: An Overview
Chapter 4: JavaScript Design Patterns: The Singleton
Chapter 5:JavaScript Object Creation: Patterns and Best Practices
Chapter 6: Best Practices for Using Modern JavaScript Syntax
Chapter 7: Flow Control in Modern JS: Callbacks to Promises to Async/Await
Chapter 8: JavaScript’s New Private Class Fields, and How to Use Them

Book Details