Template string literals (Native)

This page runs a series of a examples using template string literals in ECMAScript 6 without any transpilation. This means your browser must support ES6 template string syntax in order to successfully run the code. Open up your debugging console to view the output.

Browser support: All JavaScript engines

For more information on how template string literals work and their level of support, check out the Template string literals article that is part of the Learning ES6 series.

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