:blue_book: A guided handbook on how to use Babel and how to create plugins for Babel. (by jamiebuilds)

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  • Getting Started With Babel - Transpiling Javascript
    2 projects | | 10 Aug 2022
    Babel does this by compiling down JavaScript code written with the latest standards into a version that will work everywhere today. This process is known as source-to-source compiling, also known as transpiring. Source: Jamie Kyle
  • 11 JavaScript Examples to Source Code That Reveal Design Patterns In Use
    13 projects | | 20 Mar 2022
    I'll be honest, my approach to getting used to working with ASTs is a bit weird, but it worked for me. For some reason the thought of working with the TypeScript AST sounds really attractive to me. I'm sure most people recommend to start deep diving into babel first before getting used to working with an AST with the TypeScript compiler, but I started it the other way around. There is a great library called ts-morph that focuses on making it easier for developers to work with the TypeScript compiler. Learning hands on with ts-morph while getting used to their compiler api made babel much easier to understand without ever touching babel.
  • A tale of knowledge building
    4 projects | | 27 Apr 2021
    Those videos gave me a base for the task but I needed more sources to achieve it, so I read a lot of source code for other libraries built with babel-plugin-macros, read the plugin's authoring documentation and Jamie Kyle's Babel Handbook.
  • How to create your own language that compile to JavaScript
    3 projects | /r/javascript | 15 Apr 2021
    If you want to learn more about parsing, reading the code of an actual recursive parser might be a better idea. Esprima is a decent place to start if you're interested in JS grammar. Then you can look at the babel handbook to learn more about AST transformations. From there, the literature gets quite a bit more heavy. If you get this far and are willing to push further, you'll probably want to grab yourself a copy of the dragon book at a minimum.
  • Revealing the magic of AST by writing babel plugins
    2 projects | | 5 Mar 2021
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