I was trying to include Bootstrap from npm to my meteor app and I faced the famous
Error: Bootstrap tooltips require Tether error.
My code was something like (in client/lib/imports.js):
import 'tether'; import 'bootstrap';
Then in saw Tether was not exposing itself to
window, fine, I changed to:
import Tether from 'tether'; window.Tether = Tether; import 'bootstrap';
But still, I was still getting the same error. After some research, I went to:
window.Tether = require('tether'); require('bootstrap');
and it was fixed, which kind of annoy me because the rest of the file is other global imports (jQuery plugins for the most). (e.g
So how does Meteor behave if you use
import? Because it feels like all imports are treated first. I just don’t know if it’s normal to write that kind of code if you want to be full-ES6 compatible or is it just the way to be for now.
Your thoughts? Maybe I am doing it totally wrong and the usage of
require are not used for the same purpose, advices are welcome