When ‘not’ to use arrow functions
By Dmitri Pavlutin
It is a pleasure to see the evolution of the programming language you code every day. Learning from mistakes, searching for better implementation, creating new features is what makes the progress from version to version.
"Often new features introduce some confusion, one of which is the arrow functions misguided utilization.
This article guides through scenarios where you should bypass the arrow function in favor of good old functions expressions or newer shorthand method syntax. And take precautions with shortening, because it can affect the code readability."