Build #Configuring CommonJS Dependencies
Step 1: Install CommonJS Dependencies
The first step in configuring CommonJS dependencies is to install them. This can be done using the npm package manager. For example, to install the lodash library, run the following command:
npm install lodash --save
This will install the lodash library and save it as a dependency in the project's package.json file.
Step 2: Import CommonJS Dependencies
const _ = require('lodash');
This will import the lodash library and assign it to the variable _.
Step 3: Use CommonJS Dependencies
Once the CommonJS dependencies are installed and imported, they can be used in the project. For example, to use the map() function from the lodash library, add the following code:
const numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]; const squaredNumbers = _.map(numbers, (num) => num * num); console.log(squaredNumbers);
This will create an array of squared numbers and log it to the console.