With the closed spec of es 2015 – babeljs.io rised as the most appropriate solution for writing es 2015 today and transforming it to es5 so all browsers can run the code. Along with that, gulp.js released a new version which supports es 2015 and allows to write tasks and code with it.
When I start a new project with angular.js today, I like to have my usual setup of running unit tests. This setup allows me to easily write testing, write the code, running the tests and making sure the process automates what’s needs to be done when any of the code or environment change. In this […]