What ECMAScript 6 features can I currently use in web browsers?
ECMAScript 6 is working fine on web browsers like Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari, etc:
- 90% compatibility – Chrome
- 80% compatibility - Microsoft Edge
- 54% compatibility – Safari
Here are features of ECMAScript 6:
Declare a function with `=>` instead of to follow ES6 Arrow Functions. This avoids using the usual function expression.
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