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ECMAScript 6: Why should I use it? | Part II

Welcome to part two of ECMAScript 6: Why Should I use it? If you missed part one, you can find it here. This time, we’ll be looking at the following features that ECMAScript 6 brings to the developer:

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ECMAScript 6: Why should I use it? Part I

ECMAScript 6: Why should I use it? | Part I

What is ECMAScript 6?

The most commonly used ECMAScript implementation is our good old friend JavaScript. With ECMAScript 6, we get a few invaluable tools that will make our code better, cleaner and faster.

As if that wasn’t enough reason to start learning about ECMAScript 6, over the next few posts, I’ll introduce you to some of the most useful features that you should start looking into right now!

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FCC Zipline Series 104: Build a JavaScript Calculator | The JS Way

Today, we are going to be building a calculator app using vanilla JavaScript . No jQuery or other third party libraries/frameworks involved. I’m even going to make it more complicated by using objects and prototypical inheritance, so do not expect a quick and dirty job. Here’s a demo of what we’ll be building.

We’ll build a Calculator “class”, which will take care of the application logic. This Calculator, will have methods that we can access to pass it numbers, operations and all sorts of cool stuff that’s it.