1. Use const and let instead of var
Use const for variables that will not change and let for variables that will change.
2. Use arrow functions
Arrow functions are a more concise way of writing functions and have a more intuitive this binding.
3. Use template literals
Template literals make it easier to concatenate strings and variables.
4. Use destructuring
Destructuring allows you to extract values from arrays and objects and assign them to variables.
5. Use spread syntax
Spread syntax allows you to expand an array or object into individual elements.
6. Use default parameters
Default parameters allow you to provide default values for function parameters.
7. Use the ternary operator
The ternary operator is a shorthand way of writing if/else statements.
7. Use the object shorthand notation
The object shorthand notation allows you to create objects more quickly.
9. Use the array methods
Array methods like map, filter, and reduce can make your code more concise and readable.
10. Use strict mode
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