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How to Configure Path Aliases in Frontend Projects in the Native Way

May 4th 2023
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The imports field has a good chance of becoming a standard way to configure path aliases for many developers in the coming years. It offers significant advantages compared to traditional configuration methods and is already supported by common development tools (as of April 2023). However, it also has some limitations that can be mitigated by following recommended configuration practices.
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