ES6 Arrows functions ()=> sometimes called the “fat arrow functions” gives us a short syntax to work with functions also they handle scope very well. Arrow functions use the equals sign along with the greater-than sign => this is not to be confused with the comparison operator which uses the grater-than sign and equals sign […]
Template strings or as they are also called Template literals, are one of my favorite ES6 feature. They are implemented using the backticks character ( the key below Escape). They are easy to use and very helpful when it comes to outputting long string of text along with some variables.