Modules are a way of organizing code in JavaScript. They allow for the separation of code into smaller, more manageable chunks that can be reused and imported across multiple applications. Modules can contain functions, classes, variables, or any other type of code. By breaking down code into modules, it's easier to debug, maintain, and extend applications. Additionally, modules help keep code organized and make it more readable.
TypeScript Congress 2023TypeScript Congress 2023
19 min
Migrating TypeScript to Modules: The Fine Details
In TypeScript 5.0, the TypeScript toolchain migrated to modules. In this talk, we'll get deep in the weeds, discussing what "modules" even are (and how we somehow weren't using them), the specifics of the migration itself, how we managed to make the switch "mid-flight" on an actively-developed project, how the migration went, and what's next.
Vue.js London 2023Vue.js London 2023
31 min
Nuxt 3 Modules and Open-Source
Nuxt modules are the de-facto way of extending our Nuxt applications with new behaviors and functionalities. Have you ever built your own? Why would you bother with hundreds of modules already out there? Let's answer those questions together and see why making your own modules in Nuxt 3 can both help you have a deeper understanding of how Nuxt works while also paving the way for you to get into open source!
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
16 min
Ladle: The Story About Modules and Performance
The bigger they are, the slower it gets. I am talking about your applications and the bundling process. Fortunately, there might a be better future - the one without bundlers. This talk will be about JavaScript modules, Vite and how we built Ladle - a speedy tool for your React stories.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
28 min
Using ES Modules Based Micro-Frontends to Enable Distributed Development
A look at the open source tooling created by the UI Engineering group at JP Morgan to streamline the developer workflow of building and deploying apps in isolation while still delivering a single unifying micro-frontend based portal to the end user, leveraging the use of native support for ES module imports in the browser.
JSNation 2022JSNation 2022
26 min
How JS Modules work: a Browser Perspective
Modules are a popular tool for JavaScript Developers. Recently, there have been a number of proposals touching on how Modules work, including Import Maps, Top level await, JSON modules, Module asserts, and many others. But how does the module loading system work, and how do these proposals augment it? What does it look like from the browsers perspective to load a module tree with an import map? We will explore these questions and more, giving you a behind the scenes look at module loading in JS.
TypeScript Congress 2022TypeScript Congress 2022
25 min
Writing universal modules for Deno, Node, and the browser
This talk will walk you through writing a module in TypeScript that can be consumed by users of Deno, Node, and browsers. I will walk through how to set up formatting, linting, and testing in Deno, and then how to publish your module to deno.land/x and npm. I will also start out with a quick introduction on what Deno is.