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The string passed into import functions such as require() when using CommonJS, import when using ES6, and steal.import when dynamically loading a module.

A moduleIdentifier is a string written in code to import a module. It could be:

  • Relative to the current module like './foo'.
  • The name of an npm dependency of your project like 'lodash'.
  • The name you are using to refer to a module that has been mapped to another moduleName.

When Steal imports your code it sees the moduleIdentifiers and through normalization it converts these to moduleNames that it uses as keys in the module registry.

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