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TWiW|24.2.19 #61

This week we take a look at how Zalando do End-to-End testing, the ES6 spread operator as function arguments, Time Zones and more!

 

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Passing Arrays as function arguments
Javascript

Passing Arrays as function arguments

By Samantha Ming
You can use ES6 spread to turn an array into a list of arguments, replacing the apply method. Samantha Ming shares a few other examples of using it with variadic functions.
Better match results with String.prototype.matchAll()
Javascript

Better match results with String.prototype.matchAll()

By Joseph Medley
Introduced in Chrome 73, matchAll() returns an iterator with all matches in a global or sticky regular expression, offering a simple way to iterate over them.
A Journey on End to End testing
Testing

A Journey on End to End testing

By Burim Shala
In microservices architecture there are different components working together to enable a business capability, therefore testing all of them can get tricky. Burim Shala walks us through Zalando’s approach.
The original World Wide Web
WWW

The original World Wide Web

By CERN
The internet’s come a long way in 30 years and a group of CERN developers have recreated the original browser interface allowing users to see what the internet looked like at the beginning.
Time Zones
Podcast

Time Zones

By Codepen
Marie and Cassidy are chatting about time — what is time? How does CodePen, the app, handle time? How does Team CodePen deal with members spread across the globe?
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