Articles with the tag #tricks:
How to remove all HTML tags from a string?
When counting text characters in HTML strings, you usually do not want to include the characters in the HTML markup code. While parsing HTML with RegExp does have its limits, in this case, RegExp works very well. …read more
What are numeric separators?
When working with large numbers it can be hard to read them out, try to read this value for example: …read more
How to format numbers
The native Intl.NumberFormat API lets you format numbers for specific languages without any external dependencies. …read more
The native Intl.RelativeTimeFormat API can generate nicely formatted relative date/time strings without any external dependencies. …read more
Use more ergonomic custom events
While we have CustomEvent for all of our events that need to carry data the need for the detail property nesting can feel a bit cumbersome. …read more
Why should I start using Optional Chaining and Nullish Coalescing operators?
Gone are the days where you had to add incremental nullish (undefined or null) checks when fetching values in nested objects. Let's do more with less code. …read more
Mixins are handy when you want to share a feature across multiple classes without using inheritance as only some of the child classes should have that feature. …read more
Passing an Object named options to a function instead of separate arguments is one of the oldest tricks in the book, by also assigning an empty object by default you also reduce the amount of if statements needed at the top of the function. But a year ago I learned how combining this with object deconstruction made it so much more elegant. …read more
This is a tiny and handy function to round a number to a specific precision: …read more