We all know ECMAScript 6 was released in June 2015. Many new features made part of final edition of it. Work on ECMAScript 7 has started now.
Browsers are trst to implement these features assp.
has good updates on where browsers stand. So far IE11 seems to be leading this race, followed by Chrome.
All web developers must read the ECMAScript specifications at: http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/6.0/
Some one may be curious to know what TLS/SSL version is being currently used by Client Browser with Server when a website is displayed in browser?
Very easy to check this..
In Chrome ( Verified on version 43.0.2357.124, hope this works on other version the same way):
View Security TLS version thru this menu option
Right click anywhere on the browser window, with https based website currently open in it. Once you select “view page info” menu option, another window will open. second tab on this window will be ‘connection’. You will see the TLS version being used by website, on this tab..
In IE ( Verified on 11.0.9600.17728)
Right click anywhere on the browser window, with https based website currently open in it. Once you select “properties” menu option, another window will open. You will see the TLS version being used by website, on this new window.
Happy checking TLS version and stay safe.