The polyfill service is a community resource, designed for everyone, and welcomes contributions from everyone.
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See the README for installation information
The service part of the project is pretty simple, and there are few strict conventions. In lieu of any formal standards, try to take care to follow existing conventions. Some of these are defined in
Our polyfills are where the varied talents of the open source community can make this service really great. Consider helping us out by adding, improving, testing or configuring a polyfill. The following detailed guides will help you get started:
All contributions to the polyfill service are made under the MIT licence. It is important therefore that you agree to the following when contributing code to the service:
It is helpful to us if you can clearly state your agreement to the above terms when creating a pull request. If you don't, you may be asked to post a followup comment to accept the terms, before we can merge your PR.