For the sixth article in this series, I explore shift and unshift. By exploring how to implement these yourself, you can learn a lot about how these array methods work.
I explore implementing pop and push in the fifth article of this series. Specifically, how can we add an item without using push or remove an item without using pop?
For the fourth article in the series, we explore the filter method and how we can use it to get just a subset of a large array.
For the third article in the series, we explore the concat method and how we can abstract complicated logic into a function so we don't have to think about it.
Gatsby.js is often described as a static site generator, but it's really so much more than that.