Category: JavaScript

Don’t Use var Anymore

As the web transitions to ES6, developers will need to break their habit of using var. The toolbox now contains const and let, which should replace var in all instances. Now that that’s out there, the real question now is which to… Read More

4 Node ES6 Features Available Today

ES6 is here and the recent versions of Node (> 4.0) have integrated some new features. There’s no need for using a transpiler since it’s built into the language now, horray! These features don’t require a rewrite of code, just keep… Read More

ESLint Using Gulp

A while ago I wrote an article about using JSHint using Gulp. In the time since that article, I’ve made the switch to ESLint. Which for my money, does a better job of not only checking for syntax… Read More

World’s Smallest JavaScript Router

In a recent project, actually still in-progress project, I needed a small JavaScript router that would fit the following requirements: Be Tiny Allow bookmarking of sub views Assume jQuery as the only available library I poked around the interwebs,… Read More

Generate JSHint Markdown Reports

I wanted to quickly talk about a new NPM module I published not to long ago, jshint-md-reporter. As you could figure out from the name, it will give you JSHint markdown reports. After a quick search, I saw that there… Read More