Jack Franklin

Jack Franklin is a developer evangelist at Pusher in London. He works heavily with ES2015, React, and a variety of front end technologies and is usually found hunched over Vim typing furiously.

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Making your JavaScript Pure

JavaScript code can easily grow into a thicket of dependencies that harbors wily and persistent bugs. Keeping the rows neat with functions that don’t reach outside their scope makes your codebase more reliable and easier to document. Jack Franklin suggests looking for opportunities to use pure functions—it could make maintaining the code a stroll in the park for your future self.