Working With JavaScript Classes: 3 Mistakes to Avoid

JavaScript classes are important for making developers write less and cleaner code. The classes were introduced in ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) and offer a syntactic sugar over the programming language’s prototype-oriented inheritance.
Benhartouz, who has more than three years of front-end web development experience and uses practical projects to assist developers in advancing their skills, says that “classes are important because they provide a way of writing enjoyable code when creating JavaScript objects and addressing inheritance issues.”