Questions tagged [ecmascript-6]

ECMAScript 6 reached feature complete status in 2014. The features vary widely from completely new objects and patterns to syntax changes to new methods on existing objects.

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JavaScript module to render and handle a form to add users

I recently switched to modular JavaScript and really like the idea of having the state of your application in JavaScript and not in the DOM. I want to know if what I am doing is considered best ...
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3D 1st Person Snake Game #2

This is an iterative review of this question: 3D 1st Person Snake Game #1 The next iteration can be found here: 3D 1st Person Snake Game #3 Here is a snippet of the code: ...
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Cake-ordering form and calculator

I’m a designer learning to code and I’ve built a simple form calculator for ordering cakes. I would love it if you could show me how to make the code more idiomatic. How can it be more consistent, ...
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“Stardust” 2D Gravity Simulator - Follow Up 1: The Planets

This is a follow up for the 2D Gravity Simulator-like Game question. Since then I have developed my javascript skills further, and now I'm using ES6 mainly. Note that even through this code uses the ...
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Test if a string is a palindrome

I got this out of an article on interviews / code challenges. The challenge text goes like this: A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of characters which reads the same ...
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Simple math game in JavaScript

Created a simple math (addition/subtraction) game to practice my JavaScript. Any feedback on the JavaScript appreciated. Can play in: CodePen Instructions: A math equation will show up and simply ...
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Displaying JavaScript object's structure on page with HTML

I wanted to reproduce the type of navigation system found in the console of Firefox and Chrome: you can explore an object's properties by unfolding boxes: So I'm searching to: display all of the ...
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Traversing the parent-child relationship between objects

I wrote this code because I was often annoyed that I couldn't get the parent object. This class allows you to traverse the parent-child relationship between objects, in both directions. It also ...
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99 Bottles of Beer using polymorphism

This was part of an exercise from exercism.io. If you fancy, view the repo here. Given problem statement: Write a program which produces the lyrics to that beloved classic, that field-trip ...
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JavaScript Random Color Generator

I made a page to generate a random color with JavaScript and set that color to the background of the page. ...
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Tip Calculator in pure JS

A simple tip calculator that asks for the total bill amount, service quality (used to determine what percentage of the total cost will be tipped), and how many people are sharing the bill (used to ...
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fizzbu| - Fizzbuzz with dynamic height

Here is a variation on a theme: fizzbuzz. After providing this answer recently, I decided to practice some VueJS skills with outputting the values and conditionally applying styles based on the value. ...
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Wandering water ways

An entry for the August 2016 Community Challenge I slightly modified the input and output to suit the snippet tool, and also because I really like the mapped output with the basins. I have been ...
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Chart of Percentage questions Answered

Every day, Duga reports the number of unanswered questions and percentage of answered questions (after she calls the API endpoint /info) in The 2nd Monitor (so we ...
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Self-playing Baseball game — An es6 update

A long long time ago I asked this question which has since garnered about one thousand views. Now for something new. The demo for what I have is located here. I am generally happy with what I have ...
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HackerRank “Ransom Note” challenge

I have solved the Ransom Note challenge on HackerRank using JavaScript / ECMAScript 6. The challenge goes like this: A kidnapper wrote a ransom note but is worried it will be traced back to him. ...
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3D 1st Person Snake Game #3

Final iteration of an iterative review. The previous iteration is here: 3D 1st Person Snake Game #2 Note: For the snippet, click run, "Full page", purposely lose, and then type r. Here is the ...
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Advent Of Code 2017 Day 4 (part 2) in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (FP) without using any library but using vanilla JavaScript only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code (the 2nd part of Day 4) You can only access the ...
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Utilities for Various Builtins #2

This is the final iteration of an iterative review. The previous iteration can be found here: Utilities for various builtins #1 This code solves the following issue: ...
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Sudoku game in JavaScript

PHP coder here. Learning JavaScript this week. I made a sudoku game for practice. Features: Import puzzles by pasting a text string. Imported squares are gray. Your squares are white. Program doesn't ...
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Audio frequency trainer / tester using Web Audio API

I'm making an audio frequency trainer as a learning exercise. It could be useful for audio technicians who need to recognize audio frequencies (eg. when ringing out feedback during a live concert or ...
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Handling combinations of optional parameters for an Angular filter pipe

This is a simple implementation of an ng2 filter pipe, which can currently take 2 optional facets: <string>status and ...
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Reverse Integer

The task is taken from leetcode Given a 32-bit signed integer, reverse digits of an integer. Example 1: Input: 123 Output: 321 Example 2: ...
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Advent Of Code 2017 Day 4 (part 1) in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (fp) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code (the 1st part of Day 4): A new system policy has been ...
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Implementing `Promise.all()`

I took a stab at implementing Promise.all(): ...
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Replicating Chrome console's JavaScript object explorer

This is a follow-up post of my previous question: Displaying JavaScript object's structure on page with HTML which looked at how to display all properties of a JavaScript object on a page similar to ...
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Handling arguments in a Python-like range() function in JavaScript

I'm making a Python-like range() function (see Python docs) using JavaScript. This function can take from 1 to 3 arguments. There are 3 variables (...
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Rotate a linked list to the right by k places

The task Given a linked list and a positive integer k, rotate the list to the right by k places. For example, given the linked list 7 -> 7 -> 3 -> 5 and k = 2, it should become 3 -> 5 -> 7 ...
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“Prev” / “Next” buttons for a circular list

I have an array of strings and on click of the "NEXT" button it displays the next array item in a <p> tag while on click of the "PREV" button it displays the ...
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Project Euler 6: Sum square difference in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (fp) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Project Euler: The sum of the squares of the first ten natural numbers ...
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A simple function that removes empty or tags containing just '&nbsp;'

I've written a function that should get rid of empty p, span, etc tags and those with just ' ' and am looking for ways to improve it. My original solution was very 'wet', but I've managed to come ...
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Advent of Code 2017 Day 6 (part 1) in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (FP) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code (the 1st part of Day 6): http://adventofcode.com/2017/day/...
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Advent of Code 2017 Day 5 (part 1) in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (FP) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code (the 1st part of Day 5): An urgent interrupt arrives ...
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Dependency Injection with classes which are created often

I have a question about dependency injection and best practices when using simple classes which are meant to be created often, which have dependencies on external services. Here's a (vastly) ...
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Utilities for various builtins #1

This is an iterative review. The next iteration is located here: Utilities for Various Builtins #2 This code puts several builtins (And a few non-builtins) into the base classes. ...
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First Unique Character in a String

The task is taken from leetcode Given a string, find the first non-repeating character in it and return it's index. If it doesn't exist, return -1. Examples: s = "leetcode" return ...
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Adding and Deleting in ES6 Javascript Alone

I need help in making this as short as possible and it should follow the latest ES6 standards. It it already 100% working. But I need help because i want to follow the best practices in using ES6. The ...
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Javascript Anime Support Switch Statement for .animate() Api

This is a revision of a previous question that I asked (i.e. Check browser compatibility for RequestAnimationFrame and Vanilla JavaScript .animate() API), with new aspects that I have learnt in ...
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Advent of Code 2017 Day 2 (1) in Functional programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (FP) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code - i.e. Day 2: Corruption Checksum (below is the 1st part ...
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Advent of Code 2017 Day 5 (part 2) in Functional Programming (FP)

I wanted to practice functional programming (fp) without using any library but using vanilla JS only. So I took a problem from Advent of Code (the 2nd part of Day 5): https://adventofcode.com/2017/...