What’s more, ES5 is going to be usurped sooner rather than later. ES6 will be the main standard in use for a few years at least – even if it isn’t quite there currently. So let’s take a look at four resources you can use right now to learn ES6.
1. Mozilla’s MDN web docs
It’s also worth discussing the Resources section, which contains Mozilla-specific tools to use throughout the tutorials. While they’re solid enough, in our opinion third-party shells such as ES6console are even better:
Special mention should also go to You Don’t Know JS: ES6 & Beyond. This probably isn’t suitable as a first-time resource, but is great once you’re more settled with the language. It’s also downloadable for free, with a physical version available.
3. The ES6 Roadmap Podcast
4. ES6 For Everyone
What’s more, there’s a large Slack community on hand to help you through any difficulties. Plus, if you purchase the higher tier, you can download each module to your smart device, and peruse the entire source code from the course.
- ES6 For Everyone: Visual learners will appreciate this course’s approach, and it comes with a wealth of additional perks.
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