How will you import external libraries in Node.js?
Here are some other options
Using “requires” to load your own files
In Node.js, you can use the node package manager (NPM) to install packages that your application can use. Express is a frequently used and efficient framework for loading web applications and you can get that through NPM.
Bundling a script
Loading a script from a CDN
Instead of loading the library from a NPM package, some prefer to use scripts via a CDN. It’s as simple as editing the config.json file and loading the library from its CDN URL. While this solution is also fairly straightforward, any one of these methods will take some tweaking and additional work, depending on the particular external library you’re looking to import.
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