> On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 3:49 PM Rowan Collins email@example.com>
> > Is it really that important to save two key strokes per closure?
> I'd say that the (probably overwhelming) majority of arrow functions
> have a single parameter and, in those cases, the JS syntax saves four
> characters, ignoring whitespace. Another way of looking at it is that
> you have six characters of boilerplate with the fn() syntax versus two
> in JS (ignoring whitespace) for single param arrow functions.
No offense but at the end of the day having readable code is better than
shorter code IMHO,
so I don't really see the problem with having a couple of extra
character/keystrokes as this
is more readable then the massive boilerplate we currently have.
However, I can see people beeing fond of the concise syntax of JS
George P. Banyard