Boolean(value) function, which will return
value is falsy and
You’ll see this pattern in the wild.
There are many ways to create strings, far more than in this article. You’ve described which string literals there are (backticks make string template literals).
We zijn inmiddels bijna een jaar verder; de reactie is nooit aan mij laten zien in een notificatie of e-mail :(
Om toch nog even te reageren:
As a rubyist I enjoy reading articles by other rubyists. However, it would be really helpful to not just get a list of “you should do this”, but instead get the rationale behind them.
For example, quite a few items in your list have a rubocop cop that by default discourages it.
I think you need to spend a whole lot of time learning Android because there’s a lot of misinformation throughout points one through five and it sounds mostly like you just dont understand the concepts or didn’t research them properly. I’ll try to point out a few of these flaws, just so someone who reads your article has something more to read: