How to Use ES6 Template Literals in JavaScript

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In programming, the term “literal” refers to the notation of values in code. For instance, we notate a string value with a string literal that are characters enclosed in double or single quotes (“foo”, ‘bar’, “This is a string!”). ECMAScript 6 – 10 Awesome New Features .no-js #ref-block-post-25389 .ref-block__thumbnail { background-image: url(“http://media02.hongkiat.com/thumbs/250×160/ecmascript-6.jpg”); } ECMAScript 6 – 10 Awesome New Features Did you know that JavaScript (along with JScript and ActionScript) is an implementation of a general purpose client-side…Read more Template literals were introduced in ECMAScript 6. They work quite similarly to string literals; they produce template values and raw template…
How to Use ES6 Template Literals in JavaScript