How to add dependencies dynamic to a module in webpack?

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by adan , in category: Javascript , 16 days ago

How to add dependencies dynamic to a module in webpack?

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by darion , 15 days ago

@adan 

To add dependencies dynamically to a module in webpack, you can use require.context or import.meta.glob. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do this:

  1. Using require.context:


You can use require.context to dynamically require modules that match a specific pattern. Here's an example:

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const context = require.context('./path/to/directory', true, /.js$/);

context.keys().forEach(key => {
  const module = context(key);
  // do something with the module
});


In this example, we are requiring all JavaScript files in a specific directory dynamically.

  1. Using import.meta.glob:


You can also use import.meta.glob to dynamically import modules that match a specific pattern. Here's an example:

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const modules = import.meta.glob('./path/to/directory/*.js');

for (const path in modules) {
  const module = await modules[path]();
  // do something with the module
}


In this example, we are importing all JavaScript files in a specific directory dynamically using import.meta.glob.


Overall, using either require.context or import.meta.glob allows you to add dependencies dynamically to a module in webpack based on specific patterns or criteria.