Let blocks with Kyle Simpson’s let-er tool
I really like the way Kyle thinks and how he teaches, so naturally I am inclined to be swayed by his opinions on things, but I'm not sure I want to make this jump to writing let blocks and using his non-standard tool to transpile it. "So don't use it, then." Yeah, I know, thanks.
So, I'm just wondering who's writing ES6 and how popular this method of let blocking is, whether people see it as taking off or not.
Here is the tool if you never heard of it: http://ift.tt/156QtNw
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I wanted an easy way to follow the semver Specification, so I created ongeza: your (language agnostic) project versioning personal assistant
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Dive into ASP.NET 5 with a 1hr talk by Jon Galloway
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