This module looks at how to use Modules in TypeScript, as well as how to import, export, and create and bundle modules.
The objectives of this module are to provide you with an understanding of:
- How to export from Modules
- How to import from Modules
- How to create and bundle Modules
This learning path is aimed at all who wish to learn how to use TypeScript.
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Importing from modules is as simple as exporting. The import key word is used for balancing syntax issue. In each case, the name of the module is used followed by the relative path to the file it's exported from. And if we're park or any other module bundle has been configured correctly, the extension of the import is not required. Just the module name.
For non-default export items, you import these using curly braces around the exported names, and then use their name directly in the code. You may also rename an import using the as new name pattern, and use the alias directly in the code. You can import everything that's exported from a module using the asterix and an alias.
Conventionally, the module name. When you use an export from the module, you prefix the name with the alias you gave when importing. The final one is importing a default export. That simply requires the export name and it's module. You can change the non-default exports onto this by adding a comma and the other export names in curly braces.
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