In this episode, Daniel and Justin give a general overview of what to expect in the upcoming ES6 series. They cover topics like who is the intended audience, what the scope of the series will cover, and what are some specific topics that will be addressed.
[SOUND] In this segment,
we're gonna take a brief look at what you
can expect in our upcoming ES6 series.
Justin, can you give us a brief overview
of the topics that we're gonna cover?
>> So yeah, Daniel.
And ES6 which is actually
like to think about it.
We're gonna cover some new syntax,
such as classes.
What are classes?
If you know about classes
from other languages,
well they're finally coming
As well as additional syntax for objects
that make things just a little bit easier,
a little nicer to read and write.
In addition to, there's been some
changes to the fundamental data types,
like strings and arrays.
Strings are definitely growing up.
I don't have to add all these plus signs.
And arrays are finally offering us
some ways to construct them from
other iterables, that are just
really nice to play around with.
In addition to, there are a few new data
types, such as sets, weak sets, maps,
weak maps, and the proxy object.
And those definitely come into play, and
end up having some incredible power.
But those are definitely just
a glimpse into what we will cover.
>> Awesome stuff, so
you're throwing around a lot of big words,
are definitely programming type language.
Who is the intended audience for
>> So Daniel, the intended audience
is someone who has a familiarity with
around on the ES6 landscape.
So that's ECMAScript 6, which is just
of this standard.
So if you wanna know what new features
what's coming on board in browsers,
and possibly even some future
things that are available.
Then definitely tune in, but you have to
or otherwise you may be a little lost.
>> Awesome, well a lot of our series are
geared toward a certification, or an exam,
or sort of trying to gain some
sort of credibility in that field.
Is this one of those types of series?
>> Daniel, sadly there's not really a
certification involved with learning ES6.
It's more of a technical skill.
I wanna power up my knowledge in the
will make your code cleaner, easier to
read, and a little more maintainable.
>> Awesome stuff, well, if that sounds
like something that might be interesting
to you, we look forward to seeing
you in the upcoming series.
[SOUND] And done, boom.