- Write maintainable JS code using internal abstraction, well-written tests, and well-documented code.
- Understand the agents of clean coding like SOLID principles, OOP, and functional programming.
Next, you'll create meaningful abstractions using design patterns, such as the Class Pattern and the Revealing Module Pattern. You'll explore real-world challenges such as DOM reconciliation, state management, dependency management, and security, both within browser and server environments. Later, you'll cover tooling and testing methodologies and the importance of documenting code.
Finally, the book will focus on advocacy and good communication for improving code cleanliness within teams or workplaces, along with covering a case study for clean coding.
What you will learn
- Understand the true purpose of code and the problems it solves for your end-users and colleagues.
- Discover the tenets and enemies of clean code considering the effects of cultural and syntactic conventions.
- Maintain code quality within your team via wise adoption of tooling and advocating best practices.
- Express the behavior of your code both within tests and via various forms of documentation.
Who this book is for