|Babel Adds Ability To Parse F# Like Pipelines|
|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Monday, 15 July 2019|
All the pipeline operators make code more readable when chaining several functions together.
The other main improvement to the new version is unified support for parsing dynamic imports.In earlier versions of Babel, you needed to use different Babel plugins depending on which bundler you were planning to use. This new release handles Webpack, Rollup, Node and SystemJS bundlers using a single plugin.
The final improvement is the addition of experimental support for TypeScript namespaces. The developers say that namespaces were the second biggest TypeScript feature not supported by Babel (the first one is type-checking). This current (experimental) support does have some limitations. In particular, namespaces can only export immutable bindings, and when you're merging multiple namespaces with the same name, their scope isn't shared.
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