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A new ES6 book, React and JSX tutorial, a JS regex visualizer, function names, and more.
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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 209 — November 28, 2014
Nicholas C Zakas
An extensive e-book (which you can read online free) that covers the differences between ECMAScript 5 and 6, aimed at developers already familiar with ES5. It's a work in progress but there's already a lot to enjoy.

A beginner-oriented tutorial on using Facebook’s React library and its XML-like JSX syntax for templates and output.

Produces handy visualizations of the structure of regexes you supply. @JavaScriptDaily followers also recommended Regexer, Regexper, Regularish and Regex101.

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Mike Pennisi
A dive into JavaScript’s behavior when it comes to function naming and the ‘name’ attribute of functions in ES5 and ES6.

David Marino
A humorous comparison of strong and static vs weak and dynamic typing.

Implements some of the most common array methods in a different but faster way, resulting in arrays with increased performance.


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