Why use new.target inside a function in JavaScript – Simplified

There are four invocation patterns in JavaScript, which means you can call a function in four possible ways. They are, Function Invocation PatternConstructor Invocation PatternMethod Invocation PatternIndirect Invocation Pattern Essentially, these four-invocation patterns determine the value of ‘this’ object inside a function.  Let us consider the function created below, function add(num1,num2){ console.log(this); // global object … Continue reading Why use new.target inside a function in JavaScript – Simplified

How to use for…of loop with an Object in JavaScript

In my last post, I discussed Always Use the for…of loop to iterate in JavaScript. After this post, I got a question that, is it possible to use for…of loop with an object? Means, can you use the for…of loop to iterates properties of an object.  Let us try this, let Product = { Id: … Continue reading How to use for…of loop with an Object in JavaScript

Always Use the for…of loop to iterate in JavaScript

In JavaScript to iterate over the values of an array, map, object, etc. use the for…of loop. In a specified order, it iterates over the set of values of an iterable object such that array. It would be best if you use a for…of loop for looping. You must have used the for…in loop to … Continue reading Always Use the for…of loop to iterate in JavaScript

The simplest way to Remove Duplicate Items from a JavaScript Array

You may have often come across a requirement to remove duplicate items from a JavaScript array. There are multiple ways to achieve it. Such that, Using the forEach loop and manually checking for the duplicate valuesUsing the array’s filter method and othersUsing the Set object Let us say; you have an array as below, let … Continue reading The simplest way to Remove Duplicate Items from a JavaScript Array

Using Spread Syntax to Merge Objects in JavaScript

Have you come across a requirement to merge two or more object in another object? Most simply, you can achieve it by using JavaScript Spread syntax (…). Due to its multi functionalities purpose, JavaScript Spread Syntax is one of the most useful operators. You can use it, Rest parameters to a functionTo merge two and … Continue reading Using Spread Syntax to Merge Objects in JavaScript

A JavaScript function inside a Block Scope: Simplified

Scoping determines the visibility of a variable, an object, or a function.  For example, a variable defined inside a function is visible or can be accessed only inside that particular function.   JavaScript has 4 types of scope.  Global scopeFunctional scopeLexical ScopeBlock Scope Out of the above four scoping, Block Scoping became part of JavaScript … Continue reading A JavaScript function inside a Block Scope: Simplified

How to manually pass the value of ‘this’ object in a JavaScript function

Every JavaScript function has a ‘this’ object, and the value of ‘this’ object depends on the way you call the function. To pass the value of ‘this’ manually, you need to call the function indirectly. In JavaScript, you call a function indirectly to pass the value of ‘this’ object manually. Manually calling a function is … Continue reading How to manually pass the value of ‘this’ object in a JavaScript function

How to make a property non-enumerable in JavaScript?

By default, all the properties of JavaScript objects are enumerable. That means you can enumerate them in a for loop or read them using the Object.values(). Let us consider an object Dog as shown below, let Dog = { name :'foo', age: 9, canRun : true, eatMilk : false } You can enumerate all properties … Continue reading How to make a property non-enumerable in JavaScript?