Author: Anthony Ciccarello

JSConf US 2019: Pushing JavaScript Beyond the Browser

As a first-time JSConf attendee, I happily embraced the welcoming culture and fun atmosphere – surfing, anyone? But I was even more impacted by the presentations centered around JavaScript expanding beyond the browser, using JavaScript to help others, and the focus on community. Of course I’m an avid JavaScript engineer and believer (why else would I be at JSConf), but I left feeling awed and inspired after seeing how progressive and impactful the JavaScript ecosystem can be. JavaScript Helps You

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Updating the Decorators Proposal for the Holidays

Updating the Decorators Proposal for the Holidays

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash The Ecma TC39 committee, which standardizes the JavaScript language (officially known as ECMAScript), has been discussing a decorators proposal for several years. Transpilers like TypeScript and Babel implemented the initial version of the decorators proposal, allowing developers and frameworks to start using the proposal before the feature became an official part of the language standard. However, the proposal has seen significant changes through the standardization process. Decorators will soon arrive in JavaScript, and there

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