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Web development with old browsers

How a web developer deal with browsers which doesn't support last html5/ES6/css3 features nowadays? Does he or she build a lot of page versions with polyfill for each browser ? Or old browsers aren't taken in consideration ? Where is the limit?

6/24/2019 6:21:47 AM

Javier Felipe Toribio

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Web developers use tools like Babel. It transpiles any modern JS (ES6, ES7 and etc) to ES5, which is supported by old browsers.


Try Babel / Sucrase / swc / Bublé. They all compile to ES5


Are these (Babel/ Sucrase / swc / Bublé ) compilers


Hope people start moving to modern browser


Using javascript functions