February 28th, 2022 × #javascript#css#webdev

This vs That × map vs reduce, forEach vs for in, and more!

Wes and Scott discuss and compare JavaScript and CSS features like array methods, looping, object properties, positioning, and more.


In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes do a little this vs that with map vs reduce, forEach vs for in, .hasOwnProperty() vs in vs .hasOwn(), CSS absolute + left/right/top/bottom vs transform, and more.

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Show Notes

  • 01:30 Sponsor: Prismic
  • 02:58 Sponsor: Sentry
  • 04:21 .filter() and .map() (every, one, etc..) VS Reduce
  • 09:17 .forEach() vs for in / for of
  • 15:52 .hasOwnProperty() vs in vs .hasOwn()
  • 19:37 CSS absolute + left/right/top/bottom vs transform
  • 22:54 Object.assign({}, obj) vs {...spread}
  • Animal Friendly idioms

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