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RailsConf 2015

Using JavaScript from the Future in Your Rails Application Today

I gave a talk at RailsConf about the latest and greatest version of JavaScript (ES6), why its pretty great, and how incredibly easy it is to use in your Rails—and other—applications today.

Here is the abstract for the talk:

ECMAScript 6 has a metric ton of new Ruby-friendly features that make working with JavaScript less painful—including but not limited to: classes, implicitly returning functions, string interpolation, and modules. In this session, we'll take a look at how you can use these features today in your Rails applications.

Slides are available here.

Earlier Event: April 8
Full Stack, April 2015
Later Event: April 28
DenverScript, April 2015