Front-end modularization Which is mainstream?

e35218022 注册会员
2023-02-28 04:41
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fenglovemilly 注册会员
2023-02-28 04:41

The most commonly used modularization schemes in front end development today are ES6 modularization and CommonJS modularization. Both of these modularization schemes are widely used and have certain advantages in their respective fields.

  1. ES6 modularization is a modularization scheme provided by the official JavaScript standard, which provides support for modules at the language level. The main advantages of ES6 modularity are static loading, compile-time execution, clear dependency, excellent cyclic dependency processing, and Tree Shaking. The drawbacks of ES6 modularity are that it requires a specific syntax, is not compatible, and cannot be used directly in the browser.
  1. CommonJS Modularization is a modular scheme used by Node.js. Its main features are dynamic loading, runtime execution, support for cyclic dependencies, and so on. CommonJS modular benefits include ease of use, dynamic loading, compatibility, and more. However, its disadvantages are: no static analysis, no support for Tree Shaking, etc.

In addition to ES6 modularity and CommonJS modularity, there are other modularity schemes such as AMD, CMD, etc. But these solutions are no longer popular in current front-end development.

In general, ES6 modularity is better than CommonJS modularity.

qq287153236 注册会员
2023-02-28 04:41

Currently, ES6 modularity and CommonJS modularity are both mainstream, but ES6 modularity is more popular because it is simpler, easier to understand, and easier to maintain.

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