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JavaScript Antipatterns — Formatting and More

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JavaScript lets us do a lot of things. It’s sometimes too forgiving in its syntax.

In this article, we’ll look at some antipatterns that we should avoid when we format JavaScript code, naming, and white spaces.

Coding Conventions

We got to establish some coding conventions so that it’s predictable and neat.

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