A, B, C. 1, 2, 3. Iterables you and me.

A, B, C. 1, 2, 3. Iterables you and me.

The Iterable protocol was introduced in 2015, but it wasn't really caught on, and people have doubts regarding how it works, how can we leverage it to write better and more expressive code. This talk tries to break this fantastic ECMAScript feature down in a one-two step, showing little by little the use cases, properties, and the *new async Iterator protocol*, quickly and smoothly, like trying to learn how to dance this fun Jackson's 5 Soul music ;) If you are a beginner in JS, you will learn how to build custom iterable objects in a bunch of different ways, and if you already got it, I will challenge you to go an extra mile and experiment neat tricks like composing iterables or creating a PoC of a state/side effect management based on Iterables.

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Willian Martins

May 30, 2019
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