Is there EcmaScript 6?

Is there EcmaScript 6?
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#1

Hello FreeCodeCamp Community,

Im currently doing the challenges related to the front end developement (javascript). But I was wondering is there challenges related to arrow(lambda) function or promises or const/var… the new additions to JS I mean.

Thank you for the help!


Which version of JavaScript/ECMAScript does freecodecamp teach?
#2

There are ES6 challenges in the new curriculum, which FCC’s team of volunteer contributors are working hard to get ready for release. You can take a look at what they will be at beta.freecodecamp.org


#3

yes I entered it yesterday, but it has a major problem if you click on Finish Challenge it will give a Message

Something went wrong, please try again later

and if you click more than once the messages stack above each other.


#4

That’s why it’s still in beta. It’s not ready.


#5

out of curiosity, can I also contribute?


#6

CONTRIBUTING GUIDE


#7

What version of javascript is in the challenges?


#8

The current challenges do not teach any of the new ES6 features. What will work in your browser depends on what your browser supports. Putting /*jshint esversion: 6 */ at the top of the editor will stop it from flagging syntax errors for ES6 features.


#9

Oh no I understood that, I meant what version of JS is it https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_versions.asp?


#10

I don’t understand the question. The challenges do not currently cover anything that is new to ES6 or anything that was deprecated in ES5.