Learn 5 extremely useful JavaScript features to use in your next line of code

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JavaScript is a hefty programming language with a vast amount of features that makes it possible to implement complex features in applications to make the world a better place — well, that’s how I see it.

Moving on to the goods, let’s not let this linger any longer. We will be discussing these 5 JavaScript features:

1. Optional Chaining

2. Nullish Coalescing

3. Styling Console Log

4. Defer/Async Loading

5. Object Shorthand

Optional Chaining

What is optional chaining? It’s an operator that was introduced as a new feature in ES2020 and it permits you to access the value of a property that’s…

Mario Eldin

I have deep passion for debugging and building full-stack applications, and enjoy doing so from different corners of the world.

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