import {x} from ./foo.js
ES6 Modules in Chrome M61+
Sam Thorogood
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Usually I write import {x} from "./foo” , without the .js in foo.js . I tested it Chrome Canary and it does not work (404), only with the .js it works like expected. Is this going to change in the future?

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