Is it possible to pass options to ES6 imports?  How do you translate this:  var x = require('module')(someoptions);   to  ES6?...
I came across a javascript library that uses the following syntax to import libraries:  import React, { Component, PropTypes } from 'react';   What is the difference between the above method and the following?  import React, Component, Prop...
For a personal project, I'm trying to use ES6 import to write cleaner code. As first test, I'm writing an object that should generate a menu. The whole code is working when I'm directly loading up the class, yet when using the import an...
I've found at least two ways to import functions in from a module like Ramda for example.  There are probably a few more ways to do something very similar like const R = require('ramda');  Option 1 is to import certain functions:  impor...
I know that in the new ES6 module syntax, the JavaScript engine will not have to evaluate the code to know about all the imports/exports, it will only parse it and “know” what to load.  This sounds like hoisting. Are the ES6 modules hoisted? An...
I'm not familiar with ECMAScript 6 yet. I've just cloned the React Starter Kit repo, which uses ES6 for application code. I was surprised to see that the linter is configured to forbid occurences of the use strict directive, which I thought...
Let's say I have a variable that I want to export. What's the difference between  export const a = 1;   vs  export let a = 1;   I understand the difference between const and let, but when you export them, what are the differences?...
As I understand it (see section 16.3.2.1), ES6 allows different syntaxes for function / class export operands. The difference refers to whether the exported function needs to be interpreted at import as a function declaration, in which case you write...
I installed chrome beta - Version 60.0.3112.24 (Official Build) beta (64-bit)  In chrome://flags/ I enabled 'Experimental Web Platform features' (see https://jakearchibald.com/2017/es-modules-in-browsers)  I then tried:   <script type="...
I've been experimenting with new native ECMAScript module support that has recently been added to browsers. It's pleasant to finally be able import scripts directly and cleanly from JavaScript.       /example.html ????       <scrip...

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