This vs That × map vs reduce, forEach vs for in, and more!


In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes do a little this vs that with map vs reduce, forEach vs for in, .hasOwnProperty() vs in vs .hasOwn(), CSS absolute + left/right/top/bottom vs transform, and more.

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Show Notes
  • 01:30 Sponsor: Prismic
  • 02:58 Sponsor: Sentry
  • 04:21 .filter() and .map() (every, one, etc…) VS Reduce
  • 09:17 .forEach() vs for in / for of
  • 15:52 .hasOwnProperty() vs in vs .hasOwn()
  • 19:37 CSS absolute + left/right/top/bottom vs transform
  • 22:54 Object.assign({}, obj) vs {…spread}
  • Animal Friendly idioms
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