Write More Robust JavaScript: 7 Best Practices

Write code that’s less likely to break, hopefully

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Jan 16 · 5 min read
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Best Practices for More Robust JavaScript

1. Use factory functions

2. Add methods on the .prototype when writing constructors

3. Use the conventional .type property when differentiating

4. Use TypeScript

5. Write tests

6. Keep functions as simple as possible

7. Always consider using try/catch when using JSON.parse or JSON.stringify

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Conclusion

Better Programming

Advice for programmers.

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Better Programming

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