Transcript from the "Building for Production" Lesson
>> Just a few other things I wanted to cover about this basic stack. There's a bunch of transforms. So template strings have pretty good browser support. But if you need to support older browsers that don't have them, you can use some of these other packages like yo-yoify that turn the template strings into expressions.
[00:00:20] So here I can just show you what that looks like. Yo-yoify, if I even have it in my path hopefully. Okay, so let's pipe that to less. So previously, we had a bit of code in this block with app.route. So I'm gonna search for that. Okay, so yo-yoify took this code that we wrote and it replaced it with a bunch of createElements and all kinds of stuff like that.
[00:01:13] So remember from testing earlier, require assert. People do that in libraries and you can use this transform called unassertify to remove them again. So you can hook these up through a browserify pipeline on the command line by doing dash t. So unassertify whatever, or you can set up your package.json file to work like this.