This page runs a series of a examples using enhanced object literals in ECMAScript 6 without any transpilation. This means your browser must support ES6 enhanced object literal syntax in order to successfully run the code. Open up your debugging console to view the output.
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For more information on how enhanced object literals work and their level of support, check out the Enhanced object literals article that is part of the Learning ES6 series.
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