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I am working in a company that currently holds several environments/organizations.
We have a Dynamics CRM 2011 env, and several small-scale 365\2016 environments.
Our client insists on using Internet Explorer, and so we figured we might as well install Babel and use it as a web-resource so that we could keep up with current programming trends and use ES6 whilst not completely breaking our environments.
Did anyone attempt\succeed in doing so and is willing to take the time to write a quick-guide on how to do it?
As stated above, we would very much like to include it in all of our environments, but the most important one is a Dynamics CRM 2011 environment.
Thanks in advance!
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