In this part of the ES7 and Beyond with Docker recording, you’ll see the live Q&A session that followed the presentation.
If you’ve ever tried to learn functional programming, and walked away with a headache or a sense that you’re not smart enough to do it… you’re not alone. I’ve been there. Dozens of times. I’ve tried, and tried again, and continued to try to learn functional programming. And while I have picked up a few […]
Some recent discussion in the WatchMeCode slack spawned a bit of research into creating custom errors through factory methods, while keeping the stack trace for those errors clean, in Node.js After a bit of digging, I found a good solution using Node’s Error.captureStackTrace method, and recorded a quick screencast to highlight it’s use.
What does it take to get Babel v6 up and running? And how would you go about upgrading from v5 with Grunt, to v6? In this episode, you’ll learn exactly that – how to upgrade Babel to v6 and keep your system running. Along the way, you’ll see a few potential problems that you may run into, some solutions, and how to fix the differences between Babel v5’s module exports vs v6.
A friend recently sent me a question via twitter, asking for some code review. He was wondering why he had a constructor function that created a new object and returned that object, instead of allowing the constructor function to return its own object instance. The code in question is for a game, where he has […]