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Kasra Khosravi
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Aug 18, 2020 ⋅ 8 min read

Using ES modules in browsers with import-maps

Kasra Khosravi Founder at FeedbackOnSite.co.

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One Reply to "Using ES modules in browsers with import-maps"

  1. You have:

    After defining this map, you can directly import lodash anywhere in your code:

    import jQuery from ‘jquery’;

    did you mean

    import lodash from ‘lodash’;

    ?

    I don’t know what lodash is – does it have jquery in it?

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