### ES6 101 - Map

ES6 101 - Map
ES6 Map is the topic of today’s post which also is the 11th in the ES6 101 Series. Map is going to be fairly easy, so before jumping into it, if you want to look at other features we have covered so far, here is a quick list for your reference.Fat Arrow FunctionsLexical Declarations - LetLexical Declarations - ConstSpread OPeratorTemplate LiteralRest OperatorDefault parametersDestructuringFor…ofSetNow let’s see what Map has to offer. As opposed to Set (which by the way, I highly recommend reading), Map saves values as key-value pair. Let’s see for ourselves how this works!Example of ES6 Mapvar dummyMap = newMap(); dummyMap.set("1"); // Method is set as against add in ES6 Setconsole.log(dummyMap); // [["1",null]] dummyMap.set("1", "one"); console.log(dummyMap); // [["1","one"]] dummyMap.set("2", "two").set("3","three"); console.log(dummyMap); // [["1","one&…

### Code for fun..!

Just wrote a small 3 lines shell script which is capable of searching any random place on Google Map. Try it on your linux boxes! For those who prefer windows, I am sorry to say that this code will not run on your machines. I work on linux system and so I am using some linux specific commands in the script!

So here goes the shell script!

while [ $? == 0 ] do zenity --info --text="Do not use spaces between multiple words. Instead use the + sign. For example 'new+delhi and not new delhi'" search=zenity --title "Google Maps Location Search" --entry --text "Search: " if [$search ==  ]
then

zenity --question --text="Do you wish to search another location?"

else

### ES6 101 - Set

ES6 101 - Set
This is going to be the 10th post in the ES6 101 series and the topic for today is Set. Set object is a collection of values and is iterable. One cool thing about the values in set is that these are unique. This means that a set can have a value only once. Moreover you can think of a set as an actualy set in Mathematics. We will see a few samples to understand this concept of set.Examples of ES6 SetCreating a new set and adding values to it.Let’s create a new set and add some values to it and then discuss it further.let dummySet = newSet(); // That's it! A new set object is created dummySet.add(1); console.log(dummySet); // [1] dummySet.add(1); console.log(dummySet); // [1] and not [1,1]. This is because, values in a set are unique. dummySet.add(2).add(3).add(4); console.log(dummySet); // [1,2,3,4] dummySet.add('The UnderTaker').add('John Cena'); console.log(dummySet); // [1,2,3,4,'The UnderTaker…