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I mean this stuff is so cool and powerful, they are porting it to chinese, PHP, Swift, Ruby, and a bunch of other computer language ports.
email@example.com is out, and we know lots about jQuery, and yet there is tons I don’t know about it.
- Iterating arrays, objects, & strings
- Manipulating & testing values
- Creating composite functions
Then you have these odd things pop up in tutorials and samples and people just seem to think you should know this stuff. Like BigNumber.js
First there were callbacks, which lead to call-back hell,
Then came (
.then()) came Promises. Promises came out in 2015 with ES6
Now we have Async/Await, which came out with ES7 in 2017