I love camelcase code. It just feels so special and clean. What I mean by that, is that it has a very structured, logical structure to it. A single variable in a block of code is the same as a single variable in a function.
The story is a pretty long one, but this is where you can use arrow functions with jQuery.
This is a bit of a strawman. Camelcase is a good idea, it means you can easily use it in a function or class.
I was going to keep this short and simple because I think most people are too lazy to read the full article.
CamelCase is quite simple to use. It is very easy to learn and use. And most importantly, it is very safe. What makes camelcase so great is that you can use any string you want, and it will work perfectly for anything you have written. This means you can use camelcase anywhere you want to, for example, in a script that your friend has written.
That being said, it is a security risk to use camelcase for anything longer than a few lines. Because there is no way to know what you might accidentally type.