ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings)

Last updated on : 2022-04-10

Note:
ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) shows a browser compatibility score of 85. This is a collective score out of 100 to represent browser support of a web technology. The higher this score is, the greater is the browser compatibility. The browser compatibility score is not a 100% reflection for every browser and the web technology support. However, it does give you an estimate on how much you should rely on a particular web technology in terms of browser compatibility.

Overview

You can use multi-line strings and string interpolation features with template literals.

Specifications

ECMAScript Language Specification # sec-template-literals

Syntax

// Untagged, these create strings: `string text` `string text line 1 string text line 2` `string text ${expression} string text` // Re-usable template: const templateFn = expression => `string text ${expression} string text`;
 // Tagged, this calls the function "example" with the template as the // first argument and substitution values as subsequent arguments: example`string text ${expression} string text`

Browser Compatibility

  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on IE is fully supported on None of the versions, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 5.5-11 IE versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Edge is fully supported on 13-99, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on below 13 Edge versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Firefox is fully supported on 34-100, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 2-33 Firefox versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Chrome is fully supported on 41-103, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 4-40 Chrome versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Safari is fully supported on 9.1-15.4, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 3.2-9 Safari versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Opera is fully supported on 29-83, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 9.5-28 Opera versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Safari on iOS is fully supported on 9.3-15.4, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 3.2-8 Safari on iOS versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Android Browser is fully supported on 97-99, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 2.3-4 Android Browser versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Opera Mobile is fully supported on 64-64, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on 10-12 Opera Mobile versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Chrome for Android is fully supported on 97-100, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on below 97 Chrome for Android versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Firefox for Android is fully supported on 95-98, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on below 95 Firefox for Android versions.
  • ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings) on Samsung Internet is fully supported on 4-16, partially supported on None of the versions, and not supported on below 4 Samsung Internet versions.
85
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Browser Compatibility Score

Chrome IE
Low

Browser Support For IE Versions

-
Fully
-
Partially
5.5-11
No Support
Chrome Edge
High

Browser Support For Edge Versions

13-99
Fully
-
Partially
-
No Support
Chrome Firefox
High

Browser Support For Firefox Versions

34-100
Fully
-
Partially
2-33
No Support
Chrome Chrome
High

Browser Support For Chrome Versions

41-103
Fully
-
Partially
4-40
No Support
Chrome Safari
High

Browser Support For Safari Versions

9.1-15.4
Fully
-
Partially
3.2-9
No Support
Chrome Opera
High

Browser Support For Opera Versions

29-83
Fully
-
Partially
9.5-28
No Support
Chrome Safari on iOS
High

Browser Support For Safari on iOS Versions

9.3-15.4
Fully
-
Partially
3.2-8
No Support
Chrome Android Browser
Medium

Browser Support For Android Browser Versions

97-99
Fully
-
Partially
2.3-4
No Support
Chrome Opera Mobile
Medium

Browser Support For Opera Mobile Versions

64-64
Fully
-
Partially
10-12
No Support
Chrome Chrome for Android
High

Browser Support For Chrome for Android Versions

97-100
Fully
-
Partially
-
No Support
Chrome Firefox for Android
High

Browser Support For Firefox for Android Versions

95-98
Fully
-
Partially
-
No Support
Chrome Samsung Internet
High

Browser Support For Samsung Internet Versions

4-16
Fully
-
Partially
-
No Support

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Last Modified date

2022-04-10

Browser Support for ES6 Template Literals (Template Strings)

  • ChromeChrome
  • Safari Safari
  • Firefox Firefox
  • IE Internet Explorer
  • Opera Opera
  • Edge Edge

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