Shaun Xu

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Shaun, the author of this blog is a semi-geek, clumsy developer, passionate speaker and incapable architect with about 10 years’ experience in .NET and JavaScript. He hopes to prove that software development is art rather than manufacturing. He's into cloud computing platform and technologies (Windows Azure, Amazon and Aliyun) and right now, Shaun is being attracted by JavaScript (Angular.js and Node.js) and he likes it.

Shaun is working at Worktile Inc. as the chief architect for overall design and develop worktile, a web-based collaboration and task management tool, and lesschat, a real-time communication aggregation tool.

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When I’m developing Worktile Pro with ES6 and ES7, arrow function is one of features I like most. This makes me to use arrow function as anywhere as I could. But I also encountered some problem by using it. For example, in one my previous post, I found arguments are not defined in arrow function. Several days ago I found another problem about this in arrow function.


 

ES6 introduced a new way to organize modules. It’s different from CommonJS and AMD we are currently using, which through the new keywords import and export. It still NOT being supported by the latest version of Node.js. But fortunately we can leverage Babel.js to play it right now.

When we are rewriting the next version of Instant Message module of our production - Worktile Pro, we used this feature under Node.js v6 and Babel.js. So in this post I would like to introduce what it is and how I was using.