Eslint – ‘observer’ was used before it was defined?

I am trying to solve my order issue I am getting an Eslint error where “observer” was used before it was defined. But when I replace the observer above the onInterSection function I get …

Uncaught ReferenceError: regeneratorRuntime is not defined in react 17, webpack 5 while making api calls through actions

Having this error Uncaught ReferenceError: regeneratorRuntime is not defined when trying to make a api call using superagent. Currently i am using react 17, webpack 5 along with css modules and all …

Using ES Modules with babel-standalone

Quoting babel docs https://babeljs.io/docs/en/babel-standalone#usage : “If you want to use your browser’s native support for ES Modules, you’d normally need to set a type=”module” …

Build typescript vue apps with only babel?

How can I transpile and build my typescript vue app with only babel? I used the vue-cli-service extensively but reached a point where I just need a minimal setup, without webpack or anything. My ….

SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module

I’ve got an ApolloServer project that’s giving me trouble, so I thought I might update it and ran into issues when using the latest Babel. My “index.js” is: And when I run it I get the error “SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module”. First I tried doing things to convince TPTB* that this was a module (with no success). So I changed the “import” to a “require” and this worked. But now I have about two dozen “imports” in other files giving me the same error. *I’m sure the root of my problem is that I’m not even

ECMAScript 6 spread syntax in object deconstruction. Support in TypeScript and Babel

Is the following valid ECMAScript 6? It seems to be supported by the latest version of Babel but it isn’t by TypeScript. I couldn’t find any ES6 references dealing with this case. Answer No, this is not valid ECMAScript 6. ES6 does only support rest syntax in function parameters and array destructuring, and spread syntax in function calls and array construction. It seems to be supported by the latest version of Babel Babel does implement the objectRestSpread ES7 proposal as a experimental plugin. You shouldn’t use this feature, it may break at any time.

Webpack resolve alias and compile file under that alias

I have project which uses lerna ( monorepo, multiple packages ). Few of the packages are standalone apps. What I want to achieve is having aliases on few of the packages to have something like …

Why is Babel 7 not compiling node_modules files?

I have error in IE11 SCRIPT1002: Syntax error (problem with class syntax). My simple code with 2 lines: import { struct } from ‘superstruct’; console.log(‘finished’); I wan’t that my babel7 compile …

How to import from React-Select CDN with React and Babel?

I’ve created a react application following the steps on the React Website, but I’m having issues utilizing the React-Select Library (particularly the Select Component). I can only use cdn files to …

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token import in reactjs app

I have a react app and Im trying to create a dynamic form using react-jsonschema-form, I have the below index.js file import React, { Component } from “react”; import { render } from “…