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Languages & Frameworks

ECMAScript 2017

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ECMAScript 2017—not to be confused with ES7 (a.k.a. ECMAScript 2016)—brings several noteworthy improvements to the language. Browsers are expected to implement this standard fully in the summer of 2017, but the Babel JavaScript compiler already supports a number of the features today. If you make extensive use of JavaScript and your codebase is under active development, we recommend that you add Babel to your build pipeline and begin using the supported features.

History for ECMAScript 2017

Mar 2017
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ECMAScript 2017—not to be confused with ES7 (a.k.a. ECMAScript 2016)—brings several noteworthy improvements to the language. Browsers are expected to implement this standard fully in the summer of 2017, but the Babel JavaScript compiler already supports a number of the features today. If you make extensive use of JavaScript and your codebase is under active development, we recommend that you add Babel to your build pipeline and begin using the supported features.
Nov 2016
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ECMAScript 2017—not to be confused with ES7 (a.k.a. ECMAScript 2016)—brings several noteworthy improvements to the language. Browsers are expected to implement this standard fully in the summer of 2017, but the Babel JavaScript compiler already supports a number of the features today. If you make extensive use of JavaScript and your codebase is under active development, we recommend that you add Babel to your build pipeline and begin using the supported features

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