While ES7 had relatively few additions to the language, ES8 has many features in Phase 3 or 4 and likely to be part of this year's finalised spec, including the standardisation of Observables which were made popular by RxJS. We're also seeing significant convergence of concepts across tools and frameworks, so we'll look at some of the common trends across React, Angular 2, Dojo 2, Vue, Aurelia, and Svelte as well as across tools like webpack, rollup, npm, yarn, Intern, Ava, and more!
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