Tag: JavaScript

Immutable by Nature: Exploring Records and Tuples in JavaScript

In the ever-evolving world of JavaScript, new features and proposals continuously shape and redefine the landscape of web development. Among these, the “Records and Tuples” proposal stands out, introducing immutable data structures that promise to enhance code efficiency and clarity. This article delves into the nuts and bolts of Records and Tuples in JavaScript, unraveling their potential impact on modern web development.

Taming Time and Date in JavaScript: A Comparative Exploration

Time and date manipulation is a notoriously tricky aspect of programming. In JavaScript, the built-in Date object comes with its own set of complexities and quirks. Developers often turn to libraries such as Moment.js or date-fns to simplify this task. However, a new feature proposal, Temporal, is poised to revolutionize how we handle dates and times in JavaScript. This article will explore the limitations of the current JavaScript Date object, compare it to popular libraries, and introduce the proposed Temporal API.