babel  7.6.1
About: Babel is a JavaScript compiler that is mainly used to convert ECMAScript 2015+ code into a backwards compatible version of JavaScript. Hint: There exists a high-performance language interoperability tool also named "Babel".
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README.md

babel

The compiler for writing next generation JavaScript.

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Intro

Babel is a tool that helps you write code in the latest version of JavaScript. When your supported environments don't support certain features natively, Babel will help you compile those features down to a supported version.

In

// ES2015 arrow function
[1, 2, 3].map((n) => n + 1);

Out

[1, 2, 3].map(function(n) {
  return n + 1;
});

Try it out at our REPL.

FAQ

Who maintains Babel?

Mostly a handful of volunteers, funded by you! Please check out our team page!

Is there a Babel song?

I'm so glad you asked: Hallelujah —— In Praise of Babel by @angus-c, audio version by @swyx. Tweet us your recordings!

Looking for support?

For questions and support please join our Slack Community (you can sign-up here for an invite), ask a question on Stack Overflow, or ping us on Twitter.

Where are the docs?

Check out our website: babeljs.io, and report issues/features at babel/website.

Want to report a bug or request a feature?

Please read through our CONTRIBUTING.md and fill out the issue template at babel/issues!

Want to contribute to Babel?

Check out:

Some resources:

How is the repo structured?

The Babel repo is managed as a monorepo that is composed of many npm packages.

License

MIT