jQuery, now using ECMAScript module syntax

A nice commit migrating away from AMD Modules to ECMAScript modules recently landed in the jQuery repo. Once published as a new release, you’ll be able to actually import $ using the modern ES module syntax: import $ from "jquery"; $('#message').text('Hi from jQuery!'); Handy if you’re modernizing a legacy project that still uses jQuery. 💡 […]

create-es-react-app – A create-react-app like template using only es-modules (no build step).

create-es-react-app is a create-react-app like template demonstrating how far you can get creating progressive web apps (using react) with no build step. It takes advantage of static and dynamic imports which enables you to break up your app into small reusable ES modules that are compiled for you by the browser at run time. TIL: […]

Making Future Interfaces: ES Modules

Once again a highly entertaining video by Heydon Pickering. This time he’s tackling ES Modules: how and where (e.g. in which browsers) can you use them? 💁‍♂️ Even if you already know how to ship ES2015 JavaScript to browsers the video still is worth your time, as it’s very fun to watch!