ECMAScript 6 (Articles that I liked: June 2015)

A colleague of mine and I have been discussing about future of javascript and our code base at Harvard Business Review’s website, and I am sold on the idea of going with ES6. I love the idea of “One Javascript” and by using tools like webpack and babel Javascript Compiler, you can actually start using the benefit of ES6 today, in every browser (obviously not every feature, but still). I love that they included important stuff like native unicode support in the spec. Please count me in.

Speaking of unicode, I also love the idea of Google Noto Fonts. Love the name. The white block that you see when unicode character is nicknamed “Tofu” and by using this fonts, cached around the world near you, there will be no-tofu. Love it.

I’ve been posting links that I liked at my tumblr blog. Here are the week worth of links:

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