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Hey gang, in this Ecmascript 6 tutorial, we’ll take a look at template strings and how we can use them to format text / data how we want to, as well as how to embed expressions and variables into them without the need to concatenate.

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+ Chrome Canary – https://www.google.co.uk/chrome/browser/canary.html
+ Brackets editor – https://brackets.io/
+ Babel – https://babeljs.io/

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Strange, my text editor (Sublime 3) outputted the following to the console:

    My name is ${name} and my age is ${10 + 9}

    My source code is,

    window.onload = function() {

    function logNinja(name, age){
    console.log('My name is ${name} and my age is ${10 + 9}');
    }
    logNinja("Ryu", 24);

    }

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