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 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...
Is there a Babel plugin or a polyfill, which will transform the dynamic import calls, so the following code will work in browsers:  const namespace = await import('https://example.com/bundle.js');  console.log(namespace.exportedSymbol);   If...
I have a navbar npm package that I import into other projects.  It dynamically imports fontawesome icons based on a a json config file loaded from a webserver at runtime.  When I build the navbar package, the entire fontawesome library ends up as chu...
I have the following problem, I have created a library. which its methodos they are in separate files writeLog.js in a folder called ./lib. and I have an index.js file that explores that folder and extracts the function and puts the same name as the...
i have a simple project where i want to split the code. My entrypoint has the below code  import $ from 'jquery'; import Popper from 'popper.js'; import 'bootstrap'; import moment from 'moment'; import 'moment-time...
I've been trying to find out more information on Webpack's code splitting feature, using the import() function, which is still in Stage 3 of the TC39 and only supported by Chrome and Safari, at the time of writing this. This answer indicates...
I'm having a real hard time getting my head around the ES6 dynamic import Syntax with regards to replacing a module loaded with Node.js's require.  Here's the relevant part my original code:  export default class Module extends React.Comp...
I am using Webpack 3.8.1 and React 16.6.3, I am using React.Lazy to lazy load a component which is nested in a route like /vehicles/:vehicleId. In this case, when I am trying to load the component, it sends the HTTP request to  /vehicle/static/js/1.7...

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