window.onresize but on element level.
CommonJS module and want to convert it to
ES6 Modules, you might have faced a couple of tricky situations. I had to go through one of those recently and stumbled upon some differences/points that you need to be aware of when working with modules. As always, thought sharing these would help someone else, so here we go 😊.
First of all let me apologise for not writing as frequent as I would’ve liked. It’s been a crazy busy couple of weeks and I had heaps of fun speaking at DDD Perth 2019.
That taken care of, this time I thought let’s go through the new features which are added into the ECMAScript 2019 (aka ES2019 or ES10), because they’re super exciting and make our lives much easier 😎.
You might be wondering why I am writing less these days. I assure you, it’s not because I am getting lazy (I am ATM 🤩), it’s just that I am on a long overdue holiday. But to keep my juices going, I thought now that I am having fun, let’s write a fun post 😊.
Most of the times, we write code which is being copy pasted from all over internet. StackOverflow is the main source these days for finding solutions to all sort of problems. But is it OK to blindly copy paste code without really knowing what’s happening behind the scenes?
Mentioning this is trivial as no one seems to notice this while using default JQuery show and hide methods to show or hide an element on a page. As you might have noticed this before when you use
hide(), the element gets a
display:none; style. The problem is when you use
show() to show the element again and here is when you see
display:block; is added to element styles.