Module import/export bindings
curvedmark at gmail.com
Mon Mar 16 03:56:23 UTC 2015
Didn’t know about the service. It looks really promising. Thank you for letting me know.
So you are saying polyfills should really be included as scripts and not modules? That makes sense.
> On Mar 16, 2015, at 11:11 AM, caridy <caridy at gmail.com> wrote:
> correct, it is about evaluation.
> yes, modules will have access to window, and any other runtime feature.
> no, I don't recommend using modules to patch the runtime, features should probably be patched before attempting to load any module (maybe using FT polyfill service).
>> On Mar 15, 2015, at 10:57 PM, Glen Huang <curvedmark at gmail.com <mailto:curvedmark at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> My guess is that it’s for importing modules that expose objects via the global object (e.g., window).
>> However I do have a question: is it possible for a module to access the global object without relying on the host environment?
>> One use case is to polyfill the language's standard library. es6-shim uses a pretty ugly hack (https://github.com/paulmillr/es6-shim/blob/e17ca7ad73528261a3fc4af2ad71ebc3c8f84c0e/es6-shim.js#L76 <https://github.com/paulmillr/es6-shim/blob/e17ca7ad73528261a3fc4af2ad71ebc3c8f84c0e/es6-shim.js#L76>).
>> I wonder what’s the most elegant way to do that?
>>> On Mar 16, 2015, at 3:59 AM, Kyle Simpson <getify at gmail.com <mailto:getify at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Thanks, all answers super helpful!
>>> One last clarification:
>>> import "foo";
>>> This doesn't do any binding does it? AFAICT, it just downloads and runs the module (if it hasn't already)?
>>> If that's true, what's the use-case here besides "preloading" a module performance wise?
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