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Some Syntactic Sugar This first section of ES6 features that we're going to be talking about are basically just some syntactic sugar. Just some nice little syntax changes that we have that are going to make our lives a little bit easier when it comes to writing code. Nothing earth-shattering, nothing really feature-changing, just some cleaner implementation of some things that we do every day, and a lot of it's just shortcut notation, but it's cool when you get right down to it. And some of the things you can do that used to be even a few lines of code, now you can do just with a couple of key strokes, and it's really, really cool. So let's take just a little bit and look through some of these cool syntax changes that we have in ES6.