I had no idea until today that this was possible. But take this:

const user = {
  device: 'android',
  statement: 'iPhone X has the exact same OLED screen that Samsung phones have, albeit overpriced.',
};

Let’s say we want the statement piece of this object, but we don’t like the property name. We can do like so:

const { statement: claimChowder } = user;

Now, the claimChowder variable has the value:

iPhone X has the exact same OLED screen that Samsung phones have, albeit overpriced.

Groovy, right?