All you need to know to work with ES6

Since I started working with ES6 I have been accumulating a series of tutorials, utilities, and tools that I would like to share with you. Let’s start!

I started with ES6 for Humans it comes with examples, translations into several languages and simple explanations that make it easier to learn at first and later is useful for a quick search for a specific item, you will love it.

You can also find more references in:


If you are going to work with AngularJS 1 (1.5) you can use this style guide
There is also this very handy yeoman Generator .


If you need an agnostic generator, I recommend Babel Boilerplate this generator supports Node, browser, and testing.

Performance and transpiling costs:

One of the things we have to be careful is on the cost of transpiling our ES6 code to a fully compatible code for current browsers. For this, there is a project that gives us comparisons of times and speed between different systems.


Finally, I found a framework that allows working on Node directly with ES6 Thinkjs I haven't tested this one yet, but it sounds interesting.

Bonus track:

Ebay experience migrating from java to Node with ES6

Have you liked some of the libraries? Do you know any more to improve the workflow?

Please let me a comment or contact to hashdog team.