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JavaScript Newsletter: 16th November 2020

JavaScript Newsletter: 16th November 2020

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·Nov 16, 2020·

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Today we have an excellent article that was featured on both Hashnode and Daily Dev comparing function declarations and expressions. We then have two great React articles. The first about simplifying your code with the setState hook, and the secon about configuring Prettier and ESLint for React.

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Todays Articles

JavaScript Functions: Declare or Express?

By Iris Diakoumi

Oh, JavaScript... That majestic, elusive beast we developers try to tame.. (I mostly fail). In my newbie quest for JS knowledge, I came across this concept of "declaring" a function vs "expressing" it. Whaaaat? 🤔 I did what I always do. I googled. And then I googled some more. I fell down a rabbit hole of articles and official docs and tweets. And this (in summary) is what I came up with.

Simplify your React code using shorter setState syntax

By Yogesh Chavan

In this article, we will see how we can use the new ES6 shorter syntax which will make the setState call a lot simpler. So Let’s start with some background knowledge.

Configuring prettier and eslint plugins for React from scratch

By Anuradha Kumari

Hi everyone, how are you? Today we are going to configure the prettier and eslint plugins for a React project from scratch. We will be using VSCode as the default IDE, and all of the extension links in below section will point to VSCode extensions. If you are using any other IDE, you can find respective extensions on internet. Let's got through the steps one by one in the same order as below. Or, if you would like to check the final version of what we are going to discuss in below section, go to the GitHub repo with complete settings.

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