JavaScript Modules (ES6 Modules) Explained: Tutorial for Beginners

One of the most useful features added to the JavaScript language in recent years is JavaScript modules, also referred to as ES6 modules. In this tutorial, I’ll cover some of the history of JavaScript modules, show you a handful of syntax examples, and introduce all their basic features.

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