Echo JS 0.11.0

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tracker1 559 days ago. link 1 point
Another issue is there are still upcoming features via babel that are useful but not in the browsers yet... and even then, you need a build process to support older browsers anyway (IE11 will be around for a few more years still).
xab 555 days ago. link 1 point
Sometimes you have a pet project that you intend to run on a real browser only (nowdays Safari lags behind even Edge, which makes me very sad), so you can drive in the fast lane.

In the workplace? Of course we do webpack and the whole mumbo jumbo. Really, I love webpack, but on the main project our startup time is around 3-5min, hot rebuild time is 5-40sec and yes, we know what we are doing. Plus we do support IE10, we have dropped IE9 lately (and then it's not even a real corporate client, mind that).
tracker1 551 days ago. link 1 point
I haven't not used babel in some while now... even for smaller, personal bits... though not always via webpack.
appz 555 days ago. link 1 point
And will be for the foreseeable future as new features are often prototyped on Babel (if possible) before they even get to Stage 0.