Session
Schedule FOSDEM 2022
JavaScript

Symbols Symbols everywhere

D.javascript
Martin Naughton
<p>As part of javascript ES6 (ECMAScript 2015) a new primitive type called symbols was added to the programming language. It is not a widely talked about feature but useful for certain scenarios.</p> <p>The talk will explain the following new features and demo how they are used.</p> <ul> <li>What are symbols and why they were introduced</li> <li>Use cases for symbols</li> <li>Why would you use them</li> <li>Creating and Overwriting symbol methods</li> <li>Well known symbols</li> <li>Explore core source code of symbols</li> </ul>

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