Node.js should not be using a different extension than browsers.
Brody McKee

File extensions don’t matter to browsers as long as the file is sent with the correct MIME-type. Also: to load JavaScript modules in the browser you have to use <script type=”module” src=”…”> anyway (as modules are interpreted differently) so it doesn’t really matter..

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