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Code Bits ES6 Module

is it possible to use es6 module in code bits/playground ? because we cant really modify the script tag here https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1727204/?ref=app related topic i can find, not really answer how. all i have is an error "cannot use import outside module" when trying to import a module

7/15/2020 1:21:57 PM

Taste

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Calvin created a demo for dynamic importing a js module a couple of months ago. It may help solve your dilemma. https://code.sololearn.com/WoR3yeFp6pSe/#html You will need to change the source due to CORS 'https://cors-anywhere.herokuapp.com/https://testmod.glitch.me/test.js'

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Taste ES6 Modules are supported in Playground. Just leave the src attribute out of the following line: <script type="module"> import a from src_url </script> I've created a simple demo to show that import from external reference does load. https://code.sololearn.com/WGsS5OnXK3In/?ref=app

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Taste Ohh So you mean Sololearn link the html , css and js automatically.. Yeah That is a problem then.. From my side I see no solution. You could contact the team though.

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yes, but the completed project need ES6 module.. i guess there's no other way than bloat the html page with the js

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i do use github, the master plan of this code i'm working on is creating collaborative project between sololearn user. who know how it'll work or not

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Totally off topic but you do not see a dog helping a cat everyday.

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it was my solution, but doesnt optimal with 200+ lines of js. SL editor in my device start lagging around 150lines of codes

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Taste You mean like use ES6 features in code playground?

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the module feature to be exact like import { a } from "http://example.com/a_module.js"

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Taste Do other es6 features work?

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it should. the main problem with es6 module is i need a type attribute for the script tag <script type="module" src="script.js"> but code bits/playground import the js code automaticly to html.

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For me..!!! Do code in ur regular code editors..!! Like VS code, Sublime, etc... SoloLearn is juzt a platform to exhibit ur completed projects.. Best way to use ES6 Modules r only in ur personal PC 😁 PS : All these r my exp wordz.. not to insist anything wrong😊

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Yup... I do think so..!!! I'd suggest u to publish ur code on some other good platforms😅 GitHub is there...!!

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oooooh yes, its totally possible

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its done, sort of https://code.sololearn.com/WJpzGA72Ohv4/?ref=app

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