This blog post describes the new number and
Math features of ECMAScript 6.
Consult the blog post “Using ECMAScript 6 today” for an overview of ES6 features.
This blog post is outdated (it covers Babel 5). Please read Sect. “Node.js setup: Statically transpiled ES6 via Babel” in “Setting up ES6”.
This blog post explains how to use ES6 on Node.js by transpiling it to ES5 via Babel.
A previous blog post showed how to dynamically transpile ES6 at runtime (also via Babel). That is more convenient and should work for most projects, but occasionally you may want a simpler and faster setup for your runtime environment.
This blog post is outdated (it covers Babel 5). Please read Sect. “Browser setup: ES6 via webpack and Babel” in “Setting up ES6”.
webpack is a client-side module builder and module loader. This blog post shows you how to write ECMAScript 6 code with it.
The code shown here is on GitHub, in the project