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JavaScript Introducing ES2015 The Cooler Parts of ES2015 Parameters and Destructuring Review

Very broad teaching no real learning

There's no actual learning happening here at all. The teacher is demonstrating ES6 in maybe one or two settings and that's it - nothing else. It's upsetting because he's quickly going over everything without actually applying it into anything real, not like all the other modules/segments of the JS course. No proper demonstration, no proper implementation into a project; nothing.

It's unfortunate because ES6 introduces so much more functionality and here it just gets brushed off quickly.

This part of the JS course feels so rushed and lacking in all areas.

Does anyone else have any other sources for ES6 learning?

https://medium.com/javascript-scene/how-to-learn-es6-47d9a1ac2620#.8atjrvcqq this is a pretty good article about how to learn ES6. I'm thinking about reading this https://github.com/getify/You-Dont-Know-JS/tree/master/es6%20%26%20beyond#you-dont-know-js-es6--beyond next since I've liked other books from that series.