Category Archives: javascript

Learning Angular.js

misc4_bgOver the past few months I have been working with Angular a lot.  I had no previous knowledge of Angular before this.  The Pluralsight course that helped me out the most was AngularJS: Get Started by Scott Allen.  It was very easy to follow along.  Scott was very good at explaining what he was doing.

One other resource that I found was very helpful was a walkthrough on scotchio.  This was good to go through after watching the training video.  This walkthrough actually showed how to set up a simple project.  It didn’t have as much explanation involved but it was a good walkthrough of exactly how to get a sample project set up and was a good starting point for creating a project to play around with.

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ES6 -Working with Objects

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Today we are looking at several new ES6 features that make working with objects easier.

Object.assign

The new assign function is used to copy all of the properties from one (or more) object(s) to another object.  I have used this feature many times before in other libraries (jquery, underscore, lodash, angular) – always in the form of an extend function.  The syntax looks like the following, where all of the properties in the source objects are copied to the target object:

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