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accepted Any point in using ES6 Map when keys are all strings?
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comment Is there any reason to use the “var” keyword in ES6?
@RayToal I agree with 97% of what Kyle Simpson says, but his reasons to keep using var seem thin to me, and not enough to warrant having a third kind of variable that jumps around. You can scope a let to a whole function simply by placing it at the top of the function, which is much clearer in intent than writing var in a block (in order to have it hoisted out of that block so you can then use it outside the block - weird). He warns that if you scope a let to a function then "it's just position that signals the difference, rather than syntax", but I think that's a good thing.
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asked Any point in using ES6 Map when keys are all strings?
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accepted Why are native ES6 promises slower and more memory-intensive than bluebird?
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comment Why are native ES6 promises slower and more memory-intensive than bluebird?
Good answer, thank you. I didn't realise new Promise was so slow. Your anti-patterns page doesn't mention that btw.
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