Tyrel Chambers

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Introducing JSOperators.com

April 21st, 2022


JSOperators is a collection of Javascript operators presented in a way that makes it quick and easy to find what you're looking for. It used to be difficult or rather tedious to find the operator you were thinking of, that is more or less until MDN released a redesign of their docs that included a rather handy search feature. However, I wanted to build this tool anyway.

The little website was created to give us developers a quick way to search via name or sign. I'm not sure if you've run into the same issue before where you couldn't remember either the name or sign of the operator you're thinking of and trying to Google it was just as tough.

I wanted to share it with you just in case it'll help you find what you're looking for.

I'd love to hear your feedback and suggestions. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. If you'd like to see additional operators or would like to help me improve this tool, please feel free to contribute to this project!

Check out the JSOperators repo.

Tyrel Chambers

I'm a software engineer and indie developer living in Ontario, Canada. I love day-dreaming new ideas and using my free time to bring them to life.

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