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Dec 29, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

CommonJS vs. ES modules in Node.js

Kingsley Ubah 21. Web Developer. Technical Writer. African in Tech.

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5 Replies to "CommonJS vs. ES modules in Node.js"

  1. You are able to dynamically import es modules. You can for example out them inside an If statement, it just returns a promise.

  2. how can I import this in ES module

    var session = require(“express-session”);
    var FileStore = require(“session-file-store”)(session);

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