What's this(`n-${classname}`) mean?

I am a newbie for blaze and I am confused for this: n-${classname}.
Please help me!

Can you provide a little more context? Where does this line appear?

checkedClass(todo, options) {
const classname = options.hash.classname || ‘checked’;
if (todo.checked) {
return classname;
} else if (options.hash.noClass) {
return no-${classname};

Using backticks to enclose strings is an ES6 language feature allowing string templating. The expression:


is exactly equivalent to

"n-" + classname

However, the backtick method has a number of useful properties, including preserving newlines. Check the Mozilla Template Literals doc for more info.


I got it, thanks very much!