I have a React project bundled with Webpack.  I have a component that I want it to render components Dynamically. In my case, the path of the component comes from props.  Also, these components are not bundled in my project .js file; they are externa...
I am using dynamic import to load scripts written by the user in the browser. I start by placing the script contents into a blob, then I use dynamic import() to load the script as a module. Over time, I expect these scripts to change and be destroyed...
Please help me to rewrite the code to use the dynamic import feature. Unfortunately i have no idea how to use dynamic import in module.  import firebase from 'firebase/app'; import 'firebase/firestore';  const config = {   apiKey: ...
I'm trying to deploy my reactjs application which uses @babel/plugin-syntax-dynamic-import, the application works fine on my localhost, but when i deploy it on netlify, only the root url works (ex: mysite.netlify.com), all other url's with sl...
I'm trying to use Dynamic Imports - import()  I've read this dynamic-import documentations and watched this chrome devtools video,  and still couldn't find the right way of doing it correctly.  Error:     Uncaught (in promise) ReferenceEr...
I'm trying to test the following function:  export async function loadLocale(language) {   return await import(`./locales/${language}.json`) }   With the following code:  import * as utils from '@/langs/utils'  describe('language util...
I have a .net 4.7.2 application. It has javascript that uses import to dynamically loads more javascript.   https://v8.dev/features/dynamic-import  The problem is that it is getting 401 unauthorized in the application when getting these files. I have...
I have (polymorphic) code that is bundled using webpack including dynamic-imports (for code-splitting) and want to run the same code in NodeJS, currently using babel-register to be able to run the ES6 code.  I've encountered an issue when it come...
I am trying to  import a React component dynamically, in order to render it inside an element. However, it doesn't work and throws an exception saying :      "Element type is invalid: Expected a string (for built in components) or a class/Fun...
I built a plugin for leaflet (npm package), and I want it to be available either as an ES6 import, or as a script in the HTML header.    Desired Behavior  For example, I want both of these to be possible:  // As an npm package import 'leaflet-arr...

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