An example of how cool arrow functions are, they allow you to have access to the object variable from within a arrow functions scope!
As opposed to the old way where we have to store
this in another variable, I call it that. Then we have access to the object variable within the function scope.
Alright, so it seems as though arrow functions clean up the code. I agree with this but warns to be careful with scope. It was a great lesson leared, I now know to stick with the old that = this notation for compatibility, but I can’t wait for arrow functions to be supported.