FAQ: Browser Compatibility and Transpilation - caniuse.com II


This community-built FAQ covers the “caniuse.com II” exercise from the lesson “Browser Compatibility and Transpilation”.

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Introduction To JavaScript

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When I use www.caniuse.com and search ‘ES5’, 94.6% is displayed (which is different than the answer they want in this exercise and result shown in the video on the previous chapter). I assume it’s because the numbers have changed since the question was posted. Can anyone confirm that this is correct?

Ran into the same problem. It looks like the exercise is set up to look for a number over 95.

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Hi, I had the same problem. Answer is 96.

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same problem with this lesson, they should remove that minimum requirement.