vite-plugin-import-maps
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0.1.2 • Public • Published

vite-plugin-import-maps

Use native browser import-maps in vite. What's import-maps

NPM

Usage

Simply add import-maps plugin in vite.config

// vite.config.js
const { defineConfig } = require('vite')
const { importMaps } = require('vite-plugin-import-maps')

module.exports = defineConfig({
  plugins: [
    importMaps([
      {
        imports: {
          lodash: 'https://esm.sh/lodash-es@4.17.20',
        },
      },
    ]),
  ],
})

Then your module will import from cdn instead of vite pre-bundle module.

Cuz it use native import-maps, itt also allow you to use module in runtime.

<!-- index.html -->
<script type="module">
  import _, { isNaN } from 'lodash'

  console.log(_.isNaN(NaN)) // true
  console.log(isNaN(NaN)) // true
</script>

Limitation

Until now, only Chrome implements the import-maps feature. But it is easy to use a polyfill with es-module-shims.

And to be ware, due to there is no way for vite to unresolve bare moduleId now, this plugin use an alia with the preifx /@import-maps/, which means import 'lodash' will transform to import '/@import-maps/lodash'.

License

MIT

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