- Use ES6 and newer language features to take advantage of the latest improvements in the language.
- Use let and const instead of var to declare variables, to avoid unexpected behavior and to improve code readability.
- Use arrow functions to write concise and expressive function definitions.
- Use template literals to write clear and readable string concatenation expressions.
- Use destructuring to extract data from objects and arrays in a concise and readable way.
- Use spread and rest operators to manipulate arrays and other collections in a flexible and concise way.
- Use Map and Set instead of plain objects or arrays to store key-value pairs or unique values, respectively.
- Use Promise and async/await to write asynchronous code that is clear and easy to understand.
- Use try/catch to handle exceptions gracefully and avoid crashing your program.
- Use classes and objects to define and manage complex data and behavior in a modular and extensible way.
- Use inheritance and polymorphism to reuse and extend existing classes and objects in a flexible way.
- Use module and import/export to organize and structure your code in a logical and maintainable way.
- Use npm and yarn to manage external dependencies and to run scripts and tasks.
- Use webpack or another bundler to build and optimize your code for the web.
- Use ESLint or another linting tool to help you enforce coding standards and avoid common mistakes.
- Use Jest or another testing framework to write and run unit tests and other types of tests for your code.