Again one more Microsoft problem 😢 😢
Yesterday, I suddenly observed that one part of my newly developed feature was not working in IE11. This is a simple feature which contains two select boxes, user can select the one or multiple items from the first select box and copy to another select box. I have added a kind of logic there which checks before copying if the item(s) to be copied are already in list 2, if true, alert the user and skip copying duplicates. While developing I checked this feature in chrome, Edge and Firefox and all work perfectly! I couldn’t check in IE11 and that was my mistake as IE is infamous for such issues. While debugging I saw that IE11 was crashing on the places where I have used the functions => and .include. Actually, the arrow function is not supported in IE 11. You can refer to this compatibility table: https://kangax.github.io/compat-table/es6/ to get an overview of what is supported where and to what extent in a detailed fashion. You may read more on arrow functions at below link:
Check below a small demo which shows the problem and an alternate which solves the IE11 issue.
JSFiddle (Fails in IE11)
JSFiddle (Works in IE11)
code (Fails in IE11)
code (Works in IE11)