Browser Support You'll need to know which knobs to twist and levers to pull to be confident the code you write is going to run in all the different browser versions you need to support. We'll go over in detail how to do that in this module. We'll learn about shims and polyfills, and how they can help us support older browsers. We'll review a demo project that uses all ECMAScript 2015 features, and use it to work through getting these features to work in various browsers. We'll start with the latest version of Chrome, and then we'll move to more challenging browsers, including Internet Explorer 9, and eventually Internet Explorer 8.
Babel in Your Build In this module we'll look at lots of different ways to integrate Babel in your build. We'll use build automation tools like npm scripts, Gulp, and Grunt. Then we'll go through the details of using Babel with module loaders like Webpack and Browserify. Lastly, we'll see how we can compile the HTML embedded in our React. js code known as jsx using Babel.