Introduction to ES6:
Arrow Functions: Arrow functions provide a concise syntax for writing functions, making code more readable and allowing developers to capture the context of this more effectively.
Let and Const Declarations: The let and const keywords allow for block-scoped variable declarations, reducing the risk of variable hoisting and improving code predictability.
Template Literals: Template literals enable the creation of multi-line strings and dynamic string interpolation, simplifying the concatenation of strings and variables.
Destructuring Assignment: Destructuring assignment allows developers to extract values from arrays and objects in a concise and intuitive manner, improving code clarity.
Spread and Rest Operators: The spread operator (…) and rest parameters simplify array and object manipulation, making it easier to copy, merge, or pass multiple values.
Promises: Promises provide a more elegant way to handle asynchronous operations, enhancing code readability and making error handling more intuitive.