ecmascript-6 , ES6 - Convert from 'require' to 'import'

ES6 - Convert from 'require' to 'import'


Tag: ecmascript-6

If the alternative to:

 var Foo = require('foo');


 import Foo from 'foo';

What is the alternative to:

var Bar = require('foo').batz

Could it be:

import {batz}  from 'foo' ?


Nearly. It does however depend on how you are exporting them.


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