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Making sense of JavaScript array methods with Array Explorer

pauljacobson profile image Paul Jacobson Originally published at pauljacobson.me on ・1 min read

Sarah Drasner shared her awesome Array Explorer tool on Twitter the other day. It’s design is pretty simple, and yet a powerful way to learn JavaScript arrays. What you do is pick a couple options from drop-down lists to find the right array method you need for a project.

I still find arrays challenging and yet learning how to work with them in JavaScript is so important. If you’re still figuring this stuff out, definitely take a look at Array Explorer, bookmark it, and use it.

Sarah even made the code for Array Explorer available on GitHub so you can see how she put it together too.

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Love it! Splice always gets me, it is not intuitive at all :-D