Your newest website is a massive hit. Users from all over the world are flocking to see what you have to offer. However, you start hearing from some customers that they can’t use your site. It won’t load on their browser, and the console says that there are syntax errors! That’s weird. There aren’t any errors on your computer. What’s going on?
A website sends its code to a browser to be interpreted and run. People use different browser applications, each running a particular version, depending on when it was last updated.
In this lesson, we will explore this issue of browser compatibility and introduce transpilation as a way to solve it.
Click “Next” when you are ready to move on.