Are ES6 modules in browsers going to get loaded level-by-level?

Calvin Metcalf calvin.metcalf at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 10:36:18 UTC 2015


Neither node.js/iojs nor nginx. Though nginx supports spdy and there is a
http2 module for node but it isn't compatible with express.

On Fri, Apr 17, 2015, 2:31 AM medikoo <medikoo+mozilla.org at medikoo.com>
wrote:

> Thanks for clarifications,
>
> Still after reading your comments I have a feeling that providing ES6
> modules to browsers (efficient way) will be much more cumbersome and tricky
> than it is to provide CJS ones now.
> This may lead to scenario when most of us (for easy serve of bundle), will
> prefer to transpile them into something else, but I hope that won't be the
> case.
>
> Another question raises about server support. People are relying on shared
> (or in cloud) hosting solutions. Do all popular servers (Apache, nginx, or
> http server in node.js) support HTTP/2 already? Is it easy to configure
> them
> to serve es6 modules efficient way?
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