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Discussion on: JavaScript Module Cheatsheet 📄‬

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To add to it ...the goal of import/export is to allow you to split your JS into separate files. To bring it back together, you need a module bundler (ie. Webpack or gulp) to join all the files together. The end result is one giant JS file. And that's the file you can use in your HTML.

In non dev terms, think of it as a kitchen. It's split into different workstations (why? because everyone can focus on what they're good it and is more efficient). And then there's the chef that puts everything together (think Gordon Ramsay lol). That chef is the module bundler. And she/he makes sure the dish is all combined so the customer can eat it. Hope this makes sense 😄