2 questions about ES6 module loaders
glen.84 at gmail.com
Sat May 30 13:57:44 UTC 2015
I apologize if these are silly questions, but:
1. Do ES6 module loaders make use of the browser cache? f.e. If you
request a JS module and that JS file is in memory/on disk, will it
return that file instead?
2. Will ES6 module loaders set a header that indicates that the request
is not a regular browser request? (similar to how JS libs set an
X-Requested-With header) If not, will it be possible to add custom
headers to such requests?
I don't really know which method browsers will use to load modules – I
assume XMLHttpRequest is used for current polyfills, but I don't know
what the actual implementations will use (?).
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