🖥 SvelteKit JSON Import
In this short video we see how you can import entire JSON files into your Svelte components. On top, Vite makes it possible to extract certain objects or arrays from JSON and import just what you need, keeping you pages lean. If you're ready to see all that, hit play and sit back!
📹 SvelteKit JSON Import: Video
🖥 SvelteKit JSON Import: Code
🔗 SvelteKit JSON Import: Links
- Full code for the demo site ,
- Vite docs on JSON ,
- Mockaroo test data generation ,
- Svelte docs on
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