1- Introduction: This section provides an overview of the guide, including its purpose, audience, and how to use it.
2- Code Formatting: This section covers the conventions for formatting code, including indentation, line length, and spacing.
3- Naming Conventions: This section explains the conventions for naming variables, functions, and classes, including the use of camelCase, PascalCase, and snake_case.
4- Variables: This section covers the conventions for declaring and using variables, including the use of const and let, and avoiding the use of var.
5- Functions: This section covers the conventions for writing functions, including the use of arrow functions, and avoiding anonymous functions.
6- Classes: This section covers the conventions for writing classes, including the use of class syntax, and the use of extends and super.
7- Arrays and Objects: This section covers the conventions for working with arrays and objects, including the use of spread and rest operators, and the use of destructuring.
8- Promises: This section covers the conventions for working with promises, including the use of async and await, and error handling.
9- Modules: This section covers the conventions for writing and organizing code into modules, including the use of import and export, and avoiding global variables.