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Array.findIndex()

Hi everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of Boring JavaScript! Today, we take a look at the Array.findIndex() method. Wait … didn’t we already do one on this just a few weeks ago? Nope – that was Array.find(). Totally different – in name and return value. Otherwise, just the same. So, yes, double the boredom, double the sleep. Click on the video and watch!

Array.find()

Hi everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of Boring JavaScript! Today, we tackle the Array.find() method. Actually, not really tackle it – just sort of push it around a bit. The Array.find() method is VERY easy to use – so much so that this is one of our shortest blog posts in a while. Not much time for you to fall asleep here. Give the post a quick view and prove me wrong.

Array.from()

Hi everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of Boring JavaScript! Today, we tackle the Array.from() method. Have you every wondered how to convert everyday array-like objects or iterable objects into Arrays?

No?

Oh, yes you have.

Well, wonder no more, as the video dives into the quick and easy methods of converting those funny iterable objects into Arrays. Open up the video, sit back, relax, and fall asleep.

Array.splice()

Hi everyone! It’s time for another sleeper edition of Boring JavaScript. Today we tackle the Array.splice() method. Remember those old film splicer machines they showed in the black-and-white movies? Array.splice() shares the same name, and the same concept, but it’s much different in how it operates (computers weren’t even around back then…duh). Want to find out how different? Of course you do! Sit back, watch the video, and learn how to splice that Array.