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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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JavaScript language is going to change

[...] The coming year is going to be an exciting time for developers as features proposed or finalised for the next versions of the language start to become more widely available. [...]

An interesting article by @addyosmani describes the scenarios we'll be facing in the next year and beyond with the arrival of ECMAScript 6 and the consequent introduction of new features on Javascript language and features.

Check it out:
http://addyosmani.com/blog/a-few-new-things-coming-to-javascript/

An interesting quote from J.Burke:
I want AMD and RequireJS to go away. They solve a real problem, but ideally the language and runtime should have similar capabilities built in. Native support should be able to cover the 80% case of RequireJS usage, to the point that no userland "module loader" library should be needed for those use cases, at least in the browser.