ES6 Template Literals and Tagged Templates


String concatenation has always been the pain in the ass as a Web Developer and especially if you are writing JavaScript. You tend to forget frequently the + signs in between the variables and the user strings. Many server-side languages have much flexible string concatenation system built in. Scala and Groovy are those I know about currently on JVM (Java Virtual Machine). Although CoffeeScript has supported this new type of string concatenation for a long time, recently ES6 has got them too and are known as Template Literals.


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Why Move to Functional Paradigm — Example using JavaScript and Java 8


JavaScript, a language that is misunderstood more than any other thing on the planet Earth. The reasons are many but the most common are people still think that this can only be used to do some trivial tasks on the browser, like validating the forms and interacting with the DOM elements and providing some visual feedback in conjunction with DHTML (Dynamic HTML — style update using DOM properties).


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