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In the release notes, there's this:
We are now making heavy use of ES2015 features, this means we have dropped out-of-the-box support for Node 4 and earlier, and many old versions of browsers. (#1541, #1553)
In contrast, in the documentation:
In the Browser Async should work in any ES5 environment (IE9 and above).
Given the statement in the release notes, the documentation is surprising; I'd think there'd be no ability to support IE at all.
Which is correct?
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Ah, the former. It won't work out of the box in any version of IE (at least not without transpiling).
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