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Backward compatibility for vanilla JavaScript

Backward compatibility for vanilla JavaScript: Learning App Building with Vanilla JavaScript
Backward compatibility for vanilla JavaScript: Learning App Building with Vanilla JavaScript

To ensure that your app is usable by the widest possible set of users, it’s a best practice to convert, or transpile, code written with newer features into an older, more verbose version of JavaScript that runs on a much wider set of browsers. In this video, take a look at different ways to transpile code and the tool that's commonly used for transpiling.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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