But, have you ever tried to build an array out of arrays? Or had to use the .apply method of a function to pass in an array of parameters? What if you wanted to grab the first few items off the front of an array and get the remaining items as a new array?
If you've done any of these things, or a myriad of other manipulations on arrays, you've probably been as frustrated as everyone else. It's just not fun.
Thankfully, ES6 has introduced the “spread” operator – the little “…” in front of an array that does some seemingly magical things to make our lives as developers that much easier.
So, join me in this live episode of WatchMeCode and take a look at the new ES6 spread operator. Your code and your coworkers will thank you.