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Free Course: Start Coding ES6 With Babel

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JavaScript has evolved a lot over the years. The latest version of the language, ECMAScript 6 (ES6 for short) was recently finalized, and it brings a lot of improvements for developers. Of course, browser support is still spotty.

What if you don't want to wait for modern browser adoption or to update your server to Node 0.12? In our new course, Start Coding ES6 With Babel, you’ll discover how you can write full-stack ES6 today. 

This one is shorter than our normal courses: just seven bite-sized video lessons. Oh, and it's completely free, too. 

What You’ll Learn

In this course, Tuts+ instructor Jason Green will show you how to use Babel, along with other build tools like Browserify and Gulp, to transpile your ES6 into plain ES5, which is supported by the vast majority of browsers. That way you don't have to wait to start using the exciting new features of ES6.

Watch the Introduction

Take the Course

To take this free course, simply go to the course page and follow the steps to create a free account. If you already have an account, just log in and you’ll be able to get started right away.

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