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  1. 🐠 Babel is a compiler for writing next generation JavaScript.

    JavaScript 39.8k 5.1k

  2. Run test262 tests on Node 0.10 using Babel 7 and `core-js@3`.

    JavaScript 4 5

  3. A set of Babel plugins that enable injecting different polyfills with different strategies in your compiled code.

    JavaScript 204 24

  4. ECMAScript proposal for the Record and Tuple value types. | Stage 2: it will change!

    HTML 1.7k 48

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October 2021

Created a pull request in tc39/proposal-record-tuple that received 15 comments

Expand support for R&T across the existing methods that accepts objects and arrays

I didn't add support for: Reflect.*, since they already disallow primitives even if it would make sense to use them (e.g. Reflect.get("str", 0)). P…

+576 −14 15 comments
Reviewed 26 pull requests in 4 repositories
babel/babel 21 pull requests
babel/babel-loader 2 pull requests
tc39/proposal-record-tuple 2 pull requests
babel/preset-modules 1 pull request

Created an issue in tc39/proposal-record-tuple that received 33 comments

Should we rename boxes?

I like the name "Box", but it makes it impossibly hard to communicate about it, in some kinds of discussions. In JS, the term "boxing" is already …

33 comments
Opened 3 other issues in 3 repositories
Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
3 contributions in private repositories Oct 8 – Oct 14

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