*Okay, I know inline binding is bad for performance. This is just an example.
I know it's just 10 more characters, but having to put .bind(this in front of every function signature is annoying at best and downright maddening at worst. Fortunately, ES7 has a solution to this:
See? That was easy!
React (and Flux in particular) has this philosophy where data should be immutable for the sake of keeping your application state clear. Historically, shallow copies of your state have been accomplished through Object.extend
Fortunately, one again, there's a far more elegant implementation from ES7 (The Spread Operator):
I know, you're mind has been blown. Now if only there was a similar shorthand for deep copies..
Anyhow, these two shorthands have kept me from going insane while learning and developing apps in React. I'll keep this post updated with any new discoveries I might find.