Dear JavaScript,
James Kyle

I’m finishing a book on JavaScript asynchronous programming techniques — and it’s showcasing Babel as a key technique to work around unequal distribution of JavaScript features on the implementations. I don’t know what controversy you speak of, but it was relatively easy to work out Babel usage required to transpile async/await.

In other words — Babel 6 is fine as it is. And I appreciate the existence of that tool. The JavaScript community would worse off if Babel did not exist.

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