According to the latest StackOverflow survey, Microsoft provides the two most popular Integrated Development Environments (IDEs): Visual Studio Code and second (but far behind), Visual Studio.
In appearance, this is similar to templates that exist in Visual Studio 2019 (and also exist in VS 2022) such as “ASP.NET Core with React.js” and “Vue.js base app”, but there are some differences. important.
As if to emphasize the point about older versions, starting a Basic Vue.js project in Visual Studio 2019 raises a ton of warnings about obsolete and unsupported versions.
Building a Vue.js app in Visual Studio 2019 raises many warnings
A React and ASP.NET app in Visual Studio 2022 preview
He said: “ES6 is now supported by all major browsers. Chrome, Edge, Safari and Firefox fully support ES6. The last major hurdle was IE11, but Microsoft fortunately announced its end of life this year. means we don’t. No need for a transpilation step to turn ES6 into something that will run in the browser. It works great, no changes needed.
He said the Rails team was therefore working on removing everything, although he did add that React relies on transpilation for its JSX files.