12 Good JavaScript Shorthand Techniques
Yuri Ramos

These aren’t even amazing JS shorthand techniques… they’re just the common standard things you do and that most people know about. I was expecting more ES* and things like:

var a = true;
var b = a && 5
console.log(b) // 5
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