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ES6 Import Statement Without Relative Paths Using Webpack – Modus Create

POSTED: #ES6 Import Statement Without Relative Paths Using Webpack by @ggrgur  #angularjs

  • ES6 Import Statement Without Relative Paths Using Webpack
  • Using relative paths for imports makes your code base very hard to maintain, not to mention the hassle required to figure out where the inclusion is relative to the current path.
  • Recursive search in too many paths may result in slower webpack builds, and it makes it harder to keep track of where the imports are coming from.

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The ES2015 module system is probably familiar to you by now. If you’ve used it, you might have faced the familiar relative path inclusion problem.


ES6 Import Statement Without Relative Paths Using Webpack – Modus Create

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