[AskJS] Best practices for polyfills in libraries?

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    I also worked on another framework which does ship with polyfills, but this one is very much a "we-call-you" framework, in the sense that it has an full-fledged, opinionated compiler with hundreds of hours worth of time spent on optimizations, and the inclusion of polyfills is also very much a deliberate choice made in the name of productivity.

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    For now I'm trying to set up [eslint-plugin-compat](https://github.com/amilajack/eslint-plugin-compat) to check it for me, but I'm not sure it works — get 0 errors and 3 polyfills for a test snippet.

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