Designing The World Of Programming
Submitted January 20, 2016 at 11:38PM by okokoki
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Looking for an ES6 compatible compressor/mangler for Node, any ideas?
I'm looking for an option to compress/mangle my node code before packaging. I've used UglifyJS2 up until now, but as I add ES6 features to my codebase, it fails pretty spectacularly. I'm not terribly interested in transpiling down to ES5.
I've been banging on an acorn->Uglify harmony branch, and had some failures using esprima. Are there any options I'm missing out there, or any packages that already get this right?
I'm frankly a little surprised that neither of those packages have shipped proper support for the current standard, but open source being what it is, it's not like I have a right to complain.
Sorry if my post is shit, my brain is fairly jelly at this point.
Submitted January 20, 2016 at 11:32PM by Wickity
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What is Ajax and how it works | short explanation | 3 minutes
Submitted January 20, 2016 at 11:02PM by megadeth92
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