The back-tick character is not recognized as a Valid Character in IE11 when using the "use strict" directive while it works in other browsers, such as Chrome.   What is the interpretation of this behavior taking into consideration that IE11 i...
Just noticed today that template literals with html tags don't work, or maybe I wrote it wrong?  I tried to include p tags in the template literals (which I commented out in the snippet), but it didn't work. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks...
I got an prefer-template error from eslint. For the workaround, I changed my code to use a template string inside the require function which is nested inside the url function as following:  {   background: `url(${require(`../../assets/${edge.node.nam...
In my Angular 4 application, I have a component which takes a string input:  <app-my-component [myInput]="'some string value'"></app-my-component>   In some cases I need to pass a variable inside the string, for example:...
How can I go about calling a function inside a Template literal.  The function syntax in the attempt below shows in the HTML:  function readURL(input) {     if (input.files && input.files[0]) {         var reader = new FileReader();...
tl;dr: Is it possible to make a reusable template literal?  I've been trying to use template literals but I guess I just don't get it and now I'm getting frustrated. I mean, I think I get it, but "it" shouldn't be how it works...
I tried to place a template literal inside of a RegEx, and it didn't work. I then made a variable regex which holds my RegEx, but it still not giving me the desired result.  However if I console.log(regex) individually, I do receive the desired R...
Is it possible to return a string value in ForEach in a Template literal so it will be added in that place? Because if I log it it returns undefined. Or is that like I typed not possible at all?  return `<div>                 <form id='c...
The ESLint rule for indent allows for you to specify which nodes are ignored, when determining whether the rule should apply to that node, using the ignoredNodes option.  I've got the following code that I want to ignore with this rule:  const a...

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