JavaScript Patterns for 2017 – Scott Allen

By | 23rd July 2017
JavaScript Patterns for 2017  – Scott Allen

The JavaScript language and ecosystem have seen dramatic changes in the last 2 years.
In this sessions we’ll look at patterns for organizing code using modules, talk about some of the pros and cons of new language features, and look at the current state of build tools and build patterns.

20 thoughts on “JavaScript Patterns for 2017 – Scott Allen

  1. Cees Timmerman

    Imho,
    Npm > Brunch > Webpack > Gulp > Grunt,
    Stylus > Sass > Less,
    Pug (aka Jade) > HTML,
    and Python > CoffeeScript > JavaScript.

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  2. A H

    It's really depressing to see features that have been standard in programming languages since the creation of C just now getting implemented in JavaScript in 2017. And not even with full browser support. What a mess.

    Thankfully WASM will fix all of this. I have the feeling we are at peak JavaScript right now.

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  3. xDev

    You should still wrap strict code in iifes to guard against bundling with non-strict code.

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  4. Exodus

    Great Talk!
    BTW does not this guy look/talk like American pablo escobar from Narcos 😀

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  5. Thomas Sawyer

    Seems like programming these days 50% of the time is learning new stuff and 50% is programming. When are things going to stabilize?

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  6. seccat

    Great video. I'm watching for the fourth time.
    @3:10 What's a IFFE? I think you meant "Immediately-Invoked Function Expression" (IIFE)

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  7. seccat

    Great video. I'm watching for the fourth time.
    @3:10 What's a IFFE? I think you meant "Immediately-Invoked Function Expression" (IIFE)

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  8. Caleb Prenger

    I started watching this video, and every year there has to be some genius that states "everything you know is different now". Yet Javascript is still Javascript. Next Video.

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  9. Myron Netterlund

    Love the comments at 53:50 regarding Jasmine & integration-testing. Thank you for sharing your experience. "…a lot of the components that we write, they are orchestra-tors…" 54:33

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  10. It's a God Damn Card Game

    Won't modules exports be mutable by the current standard?

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