Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
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Last Episode : December 7, 2022 6:00am
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In this episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk about their preferred coding styles and preferences they use, and why.
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- 00:11 Welcome
- 02:35 Function definition
- 06:43 File path aliases
- 09:36 Implicit vs Explicit Return
- 13:49 Array.reduce() VS literally anything else
- 17:37 Loop vs array method
- 22:55 Sponsor: Linode
- 23:37 Updating vs creating a new var
- 30:36 Iterable to Array
- 34:46 Sponsor: LogRocket
- 36:16 Destructuring vs Object.property
- 39:22 Destructuring Arrays vs Reference by index
- 41:40 Number(string) vs +string
- 43:35 Incrementing
- 45:06 Multiple ifs
- 47:48 Multiple ifs vs switch vs Ternary
- 51:05 Promises / Error Catching
- 53:50 if(falsy) block VS return false;
- 55:51 Sponsor: Freshbooks
- 56:26 Spaces vs tabs
- 58:39 Trailing commas
- 00:40 Semicolons
- 02:49 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××