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Node.js 12: Private Class Fields

Javascript allows us to declare fields inside the class. We can access its own fields or properties by creating an instance of a class. Example: As specified as of 2019, We can now declare private fields using #. Using private fields the implementation details of a class are kept internal and are not exposed to […]

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Building REST APIs with ES6, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB

In this tutorial, we will use ES6 syntax to build REST APIs. we will set up Babel to work with ES6 and we’ll be building a RESTful CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) API with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB. We’ll use Mongoose for interacting with the MongoDB instance. Creating the Application Fire up your terminal and […]

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Javascript

JavaScript ES6 Destructuring in Depth

Destructuring is alluring language feature, I’ve been using the most. Destructuring is provides a convenient way of extracting multiple values from the objects, Arrays, Map and Set. For better and easy understanding, let me create a js object called person. Ancient times we used to do like, below shown, to read data from objects and […]

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JavaScript const keyword

In my previous post I wrote about let keyword, in this post I would like to write about another new ECMAScript 6 keyword, const. There is no much difference between const and let, both works similar way , both are having same level of scope. Which means constants which are declared with const keyword are […]

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Javascript

JavaScript let keyword

In this tutorial I will introduce you to new ECMAScript 6 let keyword. Variables declared with let keyword behave like other languages variables. These variables are unlike to the variables which are declared with var keyword. Let me show you example… let Variables which are declared with let statement are block scoped local variables which […]