Table of Contents
- Using HTML
<script>Tags (for Browser)
- Using CommonJS (typically in Node.js environments)
<script> Tags (for Browser)
<script> tags in your HTML file. Each
Ensure that the order of the
<script> tags reflects the dependencies between your scripts. For example, if
second.js depends on code in
first.js should come first.
Remember to include
type="module" in your
<script> tag when using ES6 modules in the browser.
Using CommonJS (typically in Node.js environments)
In a Node.js environment, you can use the CommonJS
This method is widely used in Node.js but is not natively supported in browsers.
Each of these methods has its use cases and best practices. ES6 modules are becoming increasingly popular due to their ease of use and readability, especially for front-end development. For server-side or full-stack development, Node.js's CommonJS modules are commonly used. Choose the method that best fits your project's needs and environment.