Monthly Archives: July 2018

Samsung Galaxy Tab E gets Android Oreo Go Edition via unofficial LineageOS 15.1

Tablets don’t get a lot of love in the development community. They aren’t very popular in general, especially to average consumers. However, XDA Recognised Developer vince2678 is releasing an unofficial Android Oreo Go Edition build of LineageOS 15.1 for the Samsung Galaxy Tab E. That tablet came out in 2015 and isn’t exactly the most powerful of…

Exclusive: Huawei Mate 20 features Kirin 980 & wireless charging, Mate 20 Pro with in-display fingerprint

The second largest Android smartphone manufacturer, Huawei, is expected to announce their next flagship smartphone line later this year. The smartphone line is expected to consist of the Huawei Mate 20, Huawei Mate 20 Lite, and Huawei Mate 20 Pro. These smartphones follow the company’s Huawei P20 series which first introduced the triple rear camera…

Array Destructuring

Destructuring has become a major language feature in JavaScript, most prominently seen with imports, but also in function declarations and so on.  While object literals are the usual case for destructuring, remember that you can also destructure Arrays and Sets. Let’s have a look at how destructuring is used for arrays and Sets! The usual case […]

The post Array Destructuring appeared first on David Walsh Blog.