Control Add-ins Supercharged: Babel

After a short absence, I am back. The next lesson in the Control Add-ins Supercharged series I am introducing Babel.

“Babel is a JavaScript compiler”, says So, what’s the big deal, you may ask? The big deal is that Babel will take your super-fancy high-end future-generation JavaScript code that barely any browser supports, and turn it into something that even Internet Explorer can run. In theory, at least. In practice, it’s a bit more complicated.

To learn about theory and practice of Babel in control add-in development workflows, check this branch:

And that’s it. The file contains all the theory and practice you need. So, navigate to my github and check it out.

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