If you haven’t checked out the Vue.js project roadmap
recently, there has been some discussion about a parallel branch of Vue called “2.x-next”.
This branch will include a re-written reactivity system which makes use of the ES2015 Proxy
feature. Proxies will eliminate the existing reactivity caveats (i.e. array change detection limitations etc). However, proxies cannot
be transpiled or polyfilled for ES5, so IE support will necessarily be sacrificed in this branch.
I haven’t used IE in a decade, but its global market share is still ~12%. Do you think you’ll use the 2.x-next branch in your coming projects? Or is dropping IE support still not feasible yet?
There’s a poll
happening on our Twitter channel if you’d like a say!