Thanks for your comment. The code is pure ES6 syntax (no post-process, no frame-work). The use of webpack + babel is just there to make it work on browser. It feels vanilla to me. How would you have done ?
The thing is, this would not work, either in Node, you would need to name it .jsm and run it in Node 8 LTS, nor in most browsers.
Node use another syntax to uses modules, and I think only Chrome supports import/export modules.
So, for now, you need to compile now. I think that's what Elarcis means.
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